What do you loose in terms of MF-digital functionality by using a 200 serries Hasselblad rather than a H1 ? The H1 can transmit exif data to the data, but that's all you gain isn't it ?
I have both an H and a V outfit. But when I bought a digital back I decided to get it in a V fitting, as on balance the V system better fitted my main photographic requirements,
-an easily portable tilt and shift option across a wide range of focal lengths via the Flexbody
-a low distortion, wide-angle option with the 903 CW/F, and an equally low distortion, medium focal length option with the 100mm CFi.
-a high quality, wide angle option with the 40mm IF, which delivers noticeably better quality than my Hasselblad H series 35mm
-the option of using the sensor in vertical or horizontal formats without swinging the camera onto its side
-more convenient waist level/low level usage
-a wider range of viewfinders and focusing screens
However, everything in photography is a compromise, and I'd prefer the H system for,
-hand-held usage, where the H system has a clear advantage over the V system, especially at lower speeds because of its smaller and better damped mirror
-the H 80mm, which is noticeably superior to the V system CFE 80mm
-the H 120mm Macro, which gives higher quality in the lower magnification ranges (ie at longer distances) than the V system 120mm lens
-better digital integration, with no additional cabling to go wrong
I don't believe there's a hands down "best choice" when it comes to choosing a camera system for your digital back. But there's significant positive and negative factors with all the main options, so it's worth thinking hard about which really is the best camera system for your personal applications.