You hit it on the head and really the only thing I'm uncertain about with regards to the Fuji is the willingness of companies to provide off camera strobe support high speed flash syncing as 1/125 sync speed won't cut it for most people. The initial lens choice seems spot on in choice although I would prefer that the 110/2 was released before the Macro lens but that's just me. I could probably live with the 23/4, 32-64/4, 63/2.8 (although I wish this were a f/2 lens as well), the 110/2 and would hop they released a 150mm, 180mm, or a 150-300mm zoom for a long telephoto option.
Like you I'm leaning in preference towards the Fuji over the Hasselblad as we haven't seen much movement on the X1D from initial announcement. I believe the final product will be great but it seems like Hasselblad didn't quite strike while the iron was the hottest.
Overall the Fuji and Hasselblad both look like a well thought out systems and one that I could see myself buying into for wide to portrait range duties. While keeping a smaller format system (APS-C or FF) for personal family shots or travel.