Some people, frustrated with Domino, started complaining how it looks more and more like 'a giant solution in search of a problem'.
Today, some of us are starting to feel that J2EE is another one of those 'giant solutions in search of a problem.' Yes, you may get paid big bucks for doing some J2EE work today, but back in the mid-late '90s, you could've done the same with Domino. Today? I honestly doubt it.
J2EE is slowly turning into the legacy platform. It is going the way om mainframes. That is to say, the way of dynosaurs.
The handwriting is clearly on the wall. Get out while there is still an opportunity.