I know it is dangerous to comment on seeing jpgs on a web site, but what I miss in many of the images I see from the H Hasselblad is the 3-d effect that people comment on with the contax 645. Images I have shown with 175kB files have elicited "wow what a 3-d look" from my contax645, even the old Kodak back, but certailny with the P25.
I cannot say I see that "3-d" in any of the H images, even those Michael shows here on the site (they frankly look flat to me). Of course it is extremely difficult to see with such compression, but I do miss the old contax images. Sorry Michael!
I could have switched many times, but this is one aspect of the Zeiss (design) glass that comes thru, even with the V series lenses I use.
Maybe the Rollei will bring back some of that 'zing', I do not see it in the current crop of MF images except for those with Schneider/Rodenstock, and in some of the older Hasselblad (180mm comes to mind) V lenses, and some of the contax (including the much maligned 80mm).
I am keeping my Conrtax, actually more for the older V hasselblad look than for the contax, although the latter have garnered the "3-d" comments also.
So are the newer Hasselblad bad? Certainly not. what may have stimulated the question was the lack of enthusiasm for the rather flat look that I see. Reminiscent of _____, well Iwon't say!