I feel the real issue here is not how many pleased or disappointed D800 camera owners there are but how Nikon has handled the whole left-focus issue from corporate down to tech support. There are enough posts in the D800 forum to realize that this is true and that no one in their right mind wants to get stuck with a $3000 camera that does not focus properly.
I am fortunate. I have a properly focusing D800E that was purchased mid-September. If I were buying today, I would purchase from a retailer who has a solid, consumer-friendly return policy with enough time to do some focus point testing after the camera has been purchased. B&H is a good example as are others.