I completely understand you. But this is not a reason to be biased. If you want to do this comparison, contact your dealer hasselblad and arrange a test. Certainly the equipment will be available free of charge. At least that is happening in Poland.
I think you have missed the point that i was making... such is the way of forums from time to time: at least i always know what i mean!
As Doug pointed out... i am not trying to prove anything about any brand in particular: I am really not that interested in brands as it happens. I like good equipment... and I buy the equipment that works for me... is that Bias?
I am happy with the P65... it is stunning.
I was happy with the Hasselblad kit, and, if Hasselblad had not closed their system, i would have upgraded the body and lenses as better components came into the market, as i am sure they have, but
Hasselblad chose to make that impossible for people like me, who prefer Phase backs. Why? Who knows? I suspect they looked themselves in the mirror, assumed no one could resist their well established brand, and tried to drag photographers away from other companies like Phase. This sounds harsh, but it is the way things seemed from my perspective. Like i said before Hasselblad have brought these sentiments upon themselves. I have always thought it was a ridiculous error of judgement: time will tell.
With the current Phase lens line up, incomplete as it is today (for me), if Hasselblad saw the error of their ways and opened the system up again... i'd test it tomorrow.
Until then, I'll look at the tools that fit my needs. Not so much bias as pragmatism... at least thats what i think.