Why do you want to take Emacs key bindings away from us Emacs-using folks? What is your goal in alienating us?
On the one hand, you speak up against fewer choices (Nautilus) because you don't like it and it irks you.
On the other hand, you speak up for fewer choices (Emacs key bindings) because you don't care and have no use for it.
Very selfish, don't you think?
So, should I do like you, and speak up for forcing Nautilus on you and demanding Emacs key bindings for me, because I don't care about Nautilus, but care about Emacs key bindings? No, I won't do the same as you -- I'm for _your_ ability to not use Nautilus *and* _my_ ability to use Emacs keys. (And I don't need an UI to configure it, btw; gconftool is fine for me.)