Hasselblad's are fun but very pricy and somewhat limited when compared to an RB or RZ. I have both (Hassy and an RB) and find that although heavier, the RB allows me closer focusing without the need of close up lenses or extension tubes. I also find that changing film on the RB is a lot less finicky than the Hasselblad. When you get the opportunity, try using the Hasselblad and an RB or even a C330 and see which one fits your personality and shooting style. All of our suggestions are helpful but won't mean a great deal unless you actually pick one up and play with it.