If not, you'll do pretty good with the alternative.
I did a similar test, comparing my P30+ to my 1Ds3 and came to the exact conclusion: a tiny bit of difference, but nothing that would ever show in CMYK, and nothing that couldn't be corrected for, in a tiny contrast adjustment and USM in DPP. I purposely don't want to do this test with my P45+ and my 5D2, because I want to keep my Hasselblad. I just don't want to see the true reality.
I will say this: these cameras do look more similar at f8 or f13, where you're carrying focus deeper into the frame; but the differences are greater when shooting wide open. Not much difference, but a bit more difference.
And not to mention that, with 35, you have excellent T/S lenses to throw focus even moreso. And the ability to shoot in Available Darkness, and without a tripod.
Surprises me that more and more Dealers don't do these side by side tests, either between MF brands, or between MF vs 35, or maybe, it's better not to show the truth?
I'd love to see this side-by-side test, done with a 5D2 and an S2, where the Cost Factor is, literally, 10-to-1.
Again, I feel it's worth noting: when comparing MF to 35, the Resolution Game is over, unless you're splitting hairs, and if you're splitting hairs, you've already bought a P65+ and you're not interested in testing anything. The BIG DEAL between the two formats is how the lenses render focus and render "space". You've got to own it and test it to know what I mean. I know everyone rolls their eyes at that "3D Effect", but it truly does show up, especially shooting wide open. The rendering thing, is the reason you'd keep the MF, not resolution. I simply find that, with 35, the overall feeling is more squashed, or more flat, even with the 85 1.2, wide open. I'm not an Optician or a Scientist, but I know it when I see it.
I also think, finally, that Rob Haggart touches on something that's here in this equation: Perception. Read this article and tell me that the words "Leica" or "P65+" or "PODAS" or "Red Dot" don't flash to the forefront of your mind. The brain is a powerful thing: If you shoot a sunset with a $35k digital back, you just think, on some level, it's just GOT to be better than the same sunset, shot with a 5D2.http://www.aphotoeditor.com/2009/11/17/per...-is-everything/