Has anyone ever compared the on-film results from the Rollei 2.8GX with its modern HFT Planar lens to contemporary mf system camera 80mms, like a Zeiss Planar 80 mm 2.8T*, or a Bronica Zenzanon-PS 80mm 2.8? I am a long-time lover of Rolleis and have considered making the financial stretch and purchasing a GX as it will probabaly be my last chance to own a brand new Rollei TLR. However,I would expect that for $3,000+ that the on-film results be at least as good as any 6x6 out there. I currently have a 3.5E Planar and while it is very sharp, I think my Bronica PS80mm may be a bit sharper... as well it should be, given the advances in optics and computer design in forty years. When it comes to color rendition, the multi-coated Bronica lens wins hands down. I haven't heard much about the GX... only that it is not as well made as an old E or F series Rollei. I have a Bronica system, so the lack of flexibility in the Rollei doesn't bother me... but I want the pictures to be at least as good technically as a Hasselblad 80mm or a PS Bronica 80mm. Anyone own both and done a side-by-side comparison? Please email me if you have some feedback!