I have several 35mm SLRs, F5 amongst them, and I recently purchased the CP5000. In the last month I must have taken 400+ images with the CP5000 and 5 with my N80 and 0 with the F5. Of the 400 I took with the CP I deleted about 325 and now have some very good keepers. I have been shooting kids and family portraits with the CP 5000 that come out sharper than 35mm images; even noticeable at 4"x6". I also took the CP 5000 out along with my Hassie to shoot an old abandoned house. The images from the CP5000 were fantastic. The images taken with the hassie using Velvia are still at the camera store because I haven't had the time to pick them up. I can't wait to compare the two since I took identical images with both mediums.
Esentially, the CP5000 is covering all my camera needs for the moment. Rumour has it that Nikon is coming out with a sub $2000 N80D this year.