All I can say is that you have to see a print.
The interpretation is about the subtlety of grayscale tonalities, which is what an MF back like the P65+ is about as much as high resolution. An 8 bit screen will never be able to show this.
I take your point, Michael, and I have suffered pangs myself on the odd occassion when I have posted images here or on another site I visit. There is something in a good b/w file that actually does seem to lend itself more to the medium of paper than screen, though I can't always say I find that with colour, but my colour stuff disappoints me as print for one basic reason: I find great trouble getting convincing reds on my HP B 9180 using Hahnemuehle Photo Rag, Bright White A3+. No, let me be totally honest - I never
get what I hope for in reds. Perhaps that's a subliminal reason for my preference for b/w: more likely to put a happy smirk on my face. And if photograhy can't give me that