I've been experimenting with trying to "closely" match hasselblad files in LR with what I get in Phocus. What I've noticed recently is that the files seem to be a lot closer if you export from Phocus to DNG and import into LR rather then importing FFF files. I created the recommend settings Hasselblad posted for LR and setting the black point to 0 instead and pushing the contrast to +5 and the white point to about +15 gets me pretty much spot on with my Phocus profile. And any slight skin color imperfections seem to smooth out a touch more in LR then in Phocus. I catalog roughly 150-200 images from each session I do so it's a lot faster to edit in LR. I do capture in Phocus as it's rock solid for that. Just wanted to share this in case anyone was interested.
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Also I shoot with an H3D-22 and an H3DII-39 for reference.