Fortunately for me, I love the afd1 and they are cheap cheap and I hate the Hasselblad H series, people say the Mamiya feels cheap, the hasselblad to me is another level of cheap and that colour is vomitorious. They weigh a ton, there expensive (I hear unreliable) and the whole thing shakes like anything when you press the button. For people that say the Mamiya lenses are terrible need to actually look at some files, there's nothing between them. I think the reviews that are coming up saying the new schneider lenses are no better than than the Mamiya's is testament to how good the Mamiya lenses are, that 80mm is as good as anything I've ever seen, to me it's perfect, the wider angles aren't quite so great, the 35mm especially.
The Hasselblad H cameras are different than the Mamiya AFDs. Why compare apples to oranges?
I used a Mamiya AFD1 for a couple years. I found the auto-focus to be lacking in low light situations, the mirror lockup awkward, and the low sync speeds difficult. But ultimately, I used the camera in a manner that was not condusive to its capabilities and limitations. Still, I can't say Mamiya AFDs are bad cameras. They are just different.
Among other attributes, the H Blads are modular in that they allow for different viewfinders and power options for the grip.
It's funny to see how passionate people are about equipment.