I did compare "Lambda" prints with my inkjet prints. I felt the prints were ver different, with the inkjet prints it is very obvious that the image lies on the surface, while with traditionally developed "Lambda" prints the image sits under the surface.
When I discussed the prints at our photo club, most members preferred the inkjet prints, probably because they may have had a bit more snap.
If you really want to do this http://www.iconla.com/main/
makes lvt negs and transparencies in almost any format.
You'll have to test, set your own screen profiles to get it correct, but as long as you don't clump your original file, it will print like any wet print.
I personally think it's a little silly as with inkjet technology being so good and so many fine art papers if you look around and test and I doubt if 99.99999% any "expert" could tell the difference, but if that's what you want, Icon LA can do it.
I use to do lvt transparencies for clients that were just dead set on having a "film image" to scan from but those days are past and nobody asks anymore in the commercial world.