hehe, yes that would be sight.
Thank you so much for the inputs, Ive had a lot of fun reading all the posts, and they have give me some new things to think about. The goal for me was to get deterrent from buying a new system, partly because it is a lot of money, but mainly because I am not 100% sure I will enjoy working with it as much as I do with the 4x5.
There is a lot of cons/pros to the digital system, most of them based on my personal way of working. I thought I would list the good stuff about my 4x5:
-The viewglas, its a pure joy to work with it in all weather/light conditions.
-It never failed, I never lost a frame due to a technical error, only human ones
-Works in all temperatures, I've shoot polar cold and desert hot.
-My clients usually don't want more the 70 mb files and thats easily covered with the imacon.
-Still no batteries
-Its not a DSLR, I really don't like working with those cameras. Ive got a H500c for the small stuff.
-I have done a lot of 2 meter Analog C-prints and the quality is super.
-The grain that comes with film is nicer then the lack of resolution effects you get from digital.
-My LF camera is a pice of art
-I don't need to be that afraid of loosing it, since the value is relatively low.
To be honest these post has helped me to take a step back and revaluate my need for a digital system. Many thanks to everyone.