When you shoot medium format, do you use lightroom, phocus or capture one? Weich one do you feel give you the best files. Not just technically, but best feeling.
For a "film" like look the very, very best is Raw Developer.http://www.iridientdigital.com/products/rawdeveloper.html
It's not as easy to use as Lightroom, or batches as easily and well as C-1, but for specific image processing, it's very, very, very good, with excellent 16bit previews that look like those film like photoshop previews instead of those web/java look smooth previews in other convertors.
There are some semi hidden features in raw developer like setting colors per channel with points, but once you get it set, it's very pretty.
I don't use it for batch processing for web galleries and contact sheets, though you can, but I use either C-1 or lightroom for that, because I view image presentation and delivery in 4 segments.
1. Capture, which on camera lcd or computer screen, never really matches the final finished out vision. Non tethered I use the camera lcd, tethered the computer monitors.
2. Web galleries contact sheets. Usually use C-1 or Lightroom to batch out jpegs, usually C-1 and those are closer to the vision, but not exact.
3. Processing selects out of a raw convertor, usually Raw Developer which are close but a little flat to work in photoshop.
4. Finish out in photoshop, which can be as simple as just some slight clean up or as elaborate as effects, or masking in backgrounds.
Anyway, RD is worth the price even if you use it once a month for a few images, because when you get one of those weird digital hard to define images that just doesn't look right, RD with a few corrections always makes it much closer to the look I'm after.
Disclaimer. I buy RD at retail price, have no agenda.