Ok, before I get flamed, yes, Bokeh is a function of the lens, not the sensor. However, as stated by the Nikon D800/e Technical Guide, page ii, in the introduction, states
While its high pixel count of 36 megapixels gives the D800/D800E resolution unrivalled by previous digital SLR cameras, a side effect is that bokeh and blur are made that much more obvious. Realizing the full potential of a camera with over 30 million pixels involves a thorough appreciation of bokeh and blur, careful selection of settings and of tools (such as lenses and tripods), and working with the best possible subjects.
So, “more obvious” is the term we are actually working with. In any event it is noticeable to me. Coming from a Nikon D7000 using a Nikkor 70-200mm f/2.8, using the same lens on a Nikon D800 and D800e. It is very noticeable. Take this picture for example (click for larger view)
The background Bokeh is just amazing. So smooth and creamy. And this isnt even a lens known for its Bokeh. I might need to get a nice Bokeh lens, Suggestions? Nikkor 85mm 1.8G is what I am thinking.