Can you let us know more details?
That said, I (even as a Phase One user/seller) will be the first to say the HTS is an interesting approach to the problem. Once the Phase One tilt-shift lens is widely available it will be interesting to see whether it or the HTS gains more popularity. The funny thing is that for photographers needing tilt/shift for their main workflow, neither the Phase One nor the Hasselblad solution is nearly as good as a dedicated tech camera like a Horseman for rise, nor as good as a micro-view-camera like the Silvestri for rise/tilt/swing. So to me most users looking for a Tilt-Shift adapter for a medium format camera are looking for occasional use and flexibility rather than the main part of their workflow. For that purpose I think the Phase One tilt-shift has an edge. But for those who want to completely replace a solution like Silvestri or Horseman and are willing to accept the lower quality compared to the silvestri/horseman the Hasselblad has an edge because it will be available in multiple focal lengths sooner (two more tilt-shift lenses are on the near horizon for Phase, but only the 45mm is scheduled for imminent release).