Your post caught my interest because I am a retired custom home builder and an advanced amateur photographer, currently shooting exclusively digital. I admit that I only scanned the article, but I didn't immediately see anything about the use of a tripod for low light night photography. If it's there, then please ignore that comment. Eventhough you shoot medium format I think it's comparing apples to oranges when comparing it to a consumer / prosumer digital camera. Also, I think it unnecessarily complicates the information when you even bring up medium format in an article targeted for contractors, etc. who are probably overwhelmed with the basic information regarding night photography to begin with. Lastly, contractors are starved for time, like everyone else, so consider an outline of the most salient points at the end of the article so they can refer to these points months later without havong to re-read the entire article. I find the article and information interesting and of value for anyone owning a camera. You have a good article that could get your company exposure in several builder magazines, as well as an adapted version for Realtor magazines on taking photos of houses at dusk to dramatize listing fact sheets.