I went thru much of this reasoning recently myself and eventually decided to get a serviced Hasselblad Ixpress V96C through the local Shriro office. I haven't had much chance to do much testing yet, but will be doing so in due course.
For me, I wanted something that would be versatile, but wouldn't cost too much. As it is, even a serviced V96C costs a considerable amount of money by consumer D-SLR standards, but I felt it gives me value for money if like me, you want to:
* Use it on your Bronica with a Hassy V adapter because the Bronica gear has sentimental value.
* Use it with Hassy V bodies.
* Stick it on a view camera with stitching back and do stitching, or find cheaper creative ways to achieve the stitching.
I don't know if any of the above makes any sense to anybody here, but I've got it and I intend to make the most of it! There are adapters that let you use Nikon or Canon D-SLRs on a view camera for stitching, but it requires too many separate shots, usually because of the depth of the D-SLR body, you lose good wide angle options, etc.
Later on, I also intend to rent a Silvestri Flexicam and see how that works for me. I have tried the back on a KaptureGroup TrueWide with some of my existing Nikon F-mount lenses and I am not convinced by this setup myself, although many lenses, including the Zeiss ZF lenses do have image circles that cover the whole 37mm x 37mm sensor.
If you're interested to know how I get along, PM me, and I can let you know what I find out. I suspect this is the sort of thing that you simply have to borrow or rent one and try it out and see if it represents value for you or not.