I'm not morally opposed. CCDs have their own set of problems, as well (detailed comparison).
Studio, Nikon cameras as recent as the D200 were still using CCD sensors, so bayer-filtered CCDs can compete with CMOS. Besides, the inventors of the CCD just got the Nobel prize in physics for it, so I do think it would be good to release some Nobel-commemorative editions or something.
BTW, I don't remember where I was reading it, but I read somewhere that rolling shutter can be fixed on CMOS, but it comes at the cost of light collection because you have to add an additional transistor to each photosite. That may not be a killer if they can improve microlens design to concentrate light better on the (smaller) active area.