Agreed! But I was thinking that my D5 and 600mm/80-400/and 300 and 500 PF lenses will serve me well into the future and that a mirrorless would be for just about everything else. I'd like a mirrorless 500 or 600mm/f4 before an ultra zoom.Possibly the 200-600 or a nice long PF lens.
The "hole" varies a bit with the genera one spends the most time in. ;-)
As always, @Mike Buckley hits the nail on the head. My style generally doesn't often gravitate to shallow DOF, but there is something strangely compelling about a 50mm f/1.2. Surely there is a reason that Nikon continued to manufacture the Nikkor 50mm f/1.2 AI-S long beyond the days when my vision was good enough to manually focus such an optic on an FM2. And if I'm not mistaken, they're still making it now....the advantage really isn't about how much light lands upon the sensor; it's about how small the depth of field can be at a particular focal length.