I don't talk anyone into MFD. If anything..........
I think your speaking to deaf ears.
For some reason people that have moved away from one format to another, can't seem to do so happily, without denigrating their previous cameras.
I don't get it, because I can go down the list of cameras I own and except for a few exceptions give a very compelling reason for all formats in certain situations.
There is no holy grail of cameras and it seems the Nikon has raised such emotion I personally wouldn't buy one if it was half price and I have nothing against Nikon since I own most of their newer lenses, I just don't like the d800 that much, though for others they seem to.
As you know I inquired about buying a Hasselblad H5 system earlier this year and that's still on my radar. The only hold back is the projects were are producing at the time require different cameras from RED's to 4/3's systems cameras.
That doesn't mean I don't like 35mm formats . . . well I guess I should put it another way.
35mm format cameras have become very physically large and I'm not that wild about modern cmos sensors with continuous lighting sources, but they have their place, just like medium format has a place in the professional world.
With every 35mm new cmos system I own and use I find the color very global with HMI's and especially softer daylight and I can expand on this, but what's the point?
I could also show in real world use how well even older medium format ccd files hold up but once again, what's the point as it would just be shouted down.
What I do know is from my older Contax/Phase to the new H5d, there is a world of difference in usability, file quality and post production.
The one constant I've seen about this nikon versus the world crusade is I've haven't noticed anyone that uses medium or any other format tell someone not to use the Nikon, though It seems a lot of Nikon users are the exact opposite.
This is just dp review stuff and I probably should not have brought it up.