The point wasn't to knock your image, but rather that whatever camera products come next, the ease of use is going to be more important than how great the sensor is, or some other component. I like a lot of how smart phones and cameras are merging. The idea that one could download an app for a dedicated camera and edit and e-mail photos from it is really cool, but will it be more usable? Will it allow the shooter to get the image he/she wants? Erik, you had 6 frames / sec, ISO 6400, and focus peaking but did it get you a perfect image?
I'll bet someone with a 60 year old Rolleiflex TLR might have done about as well since I consider it to be more 'usable'. When you are looking down into its nice WLF you also see the exposure meter and aperture and shutter settings at the same time as you do focus. You can adjust both shutter and aperture with finger wheels that you can adjust without changing your hand positions. If you had decided to shoot with flash you could have done so. There's less detail in high speed film, but if the image is blurry then it hardly matters.