I want to thank everyone for their input as to the question I originally asked for help. This has been quiet an experience to say the least.
I feel first I need to respond to a few statements I made which some individuals have asked for more information or clarification. The first was image focus and my statement regarding inconsistency of focus on the Hasselblad. It just seemed as we tested the H4D that some images were in focus and some were in focus but not exactly where we/I were placing the focus in the viewfinder. Now, I am not gonna deny that this could have been partly due to bad technique as I was not use to the camera, obviously. But, it was clear, it was an issue. Not major, but clearly not right on every shot. I do not have that problem with my Nikon D3X.....It is, most of the time, right on the money. Again, could have been poor technique and it would not stop me from buying Hasselblad.
Second, I made a comment regarding a +1.7 EV setting on the Hasselblad. I just looked down and noticed the camera was set at this setting. It was interesting because the day before I read the article listed below which commented as to the same. Read the following Article, Paragraph Titled "Image Quality-Methodology"http://www.luminous-landscape.com/reviews/cameras/h3d50ii.shtml
I have no further comment except that I think I would need to spend more time with the Hasselblad H4D to confirm if that setting is really necessary.
Now lets get to what really is impacting my decision. Software! I downloaded both Capture One and Phocus and Hasselblad Raw images from the hasselblad site as referenced in an earlier post.
I am an advanced Photoshop user as I have been using it for years and have been to Adobe training all the way thru advanced courses. I am also a Lightroom user.
Let me say that I am VERY impressed with Capture One. I actually pulled up many of my Nikon D3X files and reprocessed them and was amazed. I also pulled up many of my Canon 5D Mark II files and it did an excellent job with those file as well. The software worked flawlessly with my DSLR files and in my testing with the Phase One Rep with the test images we took with the P40 and P45 backs. Yes, Capture one does apply some adjustment as default but I feel like it when it does this it creates a good starting point and I am okay with that. The software is VERY intuitive.
Phocus is another story. Personally I do not feel like it is "up to par" with Capture One. Phocus struggled with my Nikon D3X files and my Canon 5D Mark II files. Many times in Phocus I would click on a Nikon or Canon raw image thumbnail and the image preview would go black. I restarted the software and even rebooted and got the same result. Maybe I didn't set something up correctly??? Anyway, when I downloaded the Hasselblad sample Raw files, Phocus worked flawlessly. It does start with no adjustments so the images look a little bland till you step up some adjustments. I can see where in the end you would achieve a similar end result with both software platforms. By the way, I was running both on a Mac Workstation with Snow Leopard.
So at this point I am still indecisive as to which system to purchase. Hasselblad has both the lenses I need. Phase one only has One, the 28mm. Phase One does not have a new 50-110 zoom so, I would have to spend more money on several primes. I like Capture One much better than Phocus. I like the ergonomics of the Hasselblad better but, I think the V-Grip added the the Phase One 645DF body may solve that issue. I think Service and support will be similar. The Phase One System is more expensive. I think resale may be better for Hasselblad and it seems to be better built, my opinion. I am exhausted....LOL.
Again, Thanks for all the comments and suggestions. I can see why so many people rely on this forum.