I'm personally just not a fan of video. I think of it as someones home movies that you'll look at once and then it just stays stored someplace never to be seen again. I get bored watching a movie of a bunch of my friends or something. Photographs are a little more traditional to me and meant to be displayed and looked at. Besides I have completely different interests when it comes to what I use a camera for. I shoot mainly landscape and scenic stuff so no one wants to watch a video of that, but I also shoot things like weddings and events and stuff occasionally and would never even consider using my DSLR to shoot video of the wedding in addition to the still photographs I was taking. I would get a dedicated video camera for that if I needed video.
I've got nothing against a camera having video on it, it's not a selling point or even consideration for me one way or another when buying a camera. I honestly think its more of a gimmick kinda thing to help manufacturers sell more cameras and appeal more to those people who would otherwise by a video camera for home movies instead of a still camera.
When it comes to my little point and shoot camera that I carry around at parties and fun things, sure it's nice to have little features like video for those moments when I want to capture my friend dancing naked around a campfire so I can embarrass them later with it but when it comes to like my work horse camera, I don't need or really even want things like video. I just want it to take a damn good photograph, period.