When I said "everything" I was refering to the group of medium format SLR lenses (Zeiss for Hassy and Contax, Fuji, etc.) we had been discussing in the thread.
Thanks for the clarification.
The current 40lp/mm probably fits about right with the 6.8 micron pixel spacing of the latest MF sensors, but maybe it will soon time for Zeiss to go to 60lp/mm in their MTF graphs, as Schneider and Rodenstock already do for their "digital MF" lenses, to keep up with the rumored step to roughly 5 micron spacing in a year or two.
Does anyone know where to get comparable MTF graphs for the Fuji lenses for the Hasselblad H series, or the Mamiya AF lenses, or even the Zeiss-Contax 645AF lenses?
One other thought; I read somewhere in the documents for that Sinar digital MF system that some Nikon lenses (usable on the Sinar with an adaptor) have an image circle big enough for medium format sensors. I can easily imagine this being true at least for the reduced 60mm image circle diameter needed for digital MF sensors and with lenses of focal lengths longer than that 60mm diameter, maybe from 85mm up.
For example, the MTF graphs for the Zeiss ZF 85/1.4 (which is basically the Contax manual focus 85/1.4 in Nikon F mount) make it look like a close match to the Zeiss 85/2.8 ZH for Sinar, at least out to 22mm, and the Nikon 85/1.4 is apparently comparable or better than that Contax 85/1.4, so any of those lenses could become interesting medium format digital options if their image circles are large enough.