I'll probably buy a copy. Morbid curiosity. I'm a little concerned that I might buy a 5D after looking at it.
My own personal opinion, after having done SEVERAL of these kinds of tests on my own, is the the ONLY person that gains any real benefit are the people in the room, actually doing the testing. Not being there is like someone telling you, days later, what a movie was like.
There is also something about testing gear in the same conditions that you shoot. Using your lighting, your tripod, your methods, etc. Yes, it might be somewhat useful to see resolution, but resolution is only a tiny tiny fraction of the overall picture, when it comes to really deciding what back is best for anyone. Or what camera.
Would a painter look at a "test painting" and look at how the paint flowed onto the canvas, and say, "Yes, that's the brush for me?"
I think that these tests are very useful, but only for those four guys. I'm sure they learned a lot.
But for anyone else to buy a DVD of this test, and then write a check for thirty grand, well, I'm not sure. He'd be much better off, getting in his car, or getting on a plane, and go a dealer that sells both Phase and Leaf, and test them both, with his own lighting, in their place, side by side. And none of this is even factoring in the software issue, and that's where Phase excels, and Leaf is far behind. And to be honest, Canon is far ahead of BOTH of them.
Yes, I did this test: P25 vs 1ds2 vs 5D, in my own garage. I also did another: P25 vs Aptus 22. While the medium format files were indeed richer, the advantage over Canon was very slight, if any, when factoring in the entire equation.
My vote is for Photokina, and Canon. Save your thirty grand.