After testing, I could make a case to just have TWO fstops on a "serious" lens -- one of the fstops would be wide open, for focusing and composing, and then once you nailed that, you'd push a button, and it would stop the lens down to it's sharpest Fstop. That might be f5.6 and two thirds, or F8 and a 5/16's, or whatever each particular lens design peaked out at.
I'm putting the final touches on my own new Hasselblad firmware update today -- when you're shooting in the range of f4 - f11, the areas around the frame, in the viewfinder, flash green. But when you stop down to f16, the area in the viewfinder outside the frame begins to turn bright red, to caution you. And if you're man enough to stop down past f16, then all kinds of warning lights flash off and on in the viewfinder, to get your attention. At f32, a Smoke Machine is activated, inside the viewfinder, and the entire viewfinder fills with smoke, to purposely block your vision of the frame. With the 120 HC lens, when you go to F45, the H2 body simply detonates in your hands, to keep you from blowing the job.
I'm also filing suit against my college professor that taught me, "just shoot at f22 if you want to carry focus throughout the entire frame, for maximum depth". After that, I'm heading to Retouching University, to learn how to shoot Foreground Focus Layers, and Background Focus Layers, and then stitch them together.