This may be of interest to some here.
I found a link to a site run by Martin Zimelka (www.martinzimelka.com) which has an interesting review of the DP2M. He also has an interesting procedure for processing in SPP which never occurred to me before.
I have often been frustrated by images that require the exposure to be reduced to avoid clipping of highlights and then using Fill Light to bring up shadows. A kind of "faux HDR" look can result.
His tip is to save a colour image out of SPP and at the same time a copy with the WB set to monochrome. Open both as layers in Photoshop with the colour image as the top layer and change its blending mode to "colour".
Playing around with some problem images this does look very promising. Of course it hugely increases the workflow but even with this method I can process files much quicker than making a print in the darkroom from a difficult negative. Might be worth look at. Here is the link.