Yes. With medium format, there's something magical about the ergonomics of shooting through a Hasselblad (without the eye level prism anyway). TLRs are great too--I've been really close to picking up a Rolleiflex a few times--but the physical dimensions, weight, and balance of the Hasselblads win for me. Plus, there's the obviously huge matter of lens selection, and many accessories that make the H such a winner for careful work.
The TLRs are wonderful for carrying around. But I have a far less expensive and more compact Zeiss Ikonta for that. It has a Tessar lens, very similar to certain of the Rolleiflexes, and only lightly corrected. I like using it wide open--very gauzy, antique look--but stopped down, and shooting with chrome, it can produce surprisingly sharp, vivid, almost modern looking images too.
LF is an entirely other thing. I love it, but there's got to be time and the space to be flexible and really settle in to a process. My field LFs are 4x5, with one that has a reducer, so can shoot 8x10 too. A good friend of mine is sort of my LF guru, and we're building (well, mostly him) a 17"x 22" camera. Fully extended, it's over six feet long. We're using some amazing old lenses, up to 1000mm.
This is my workflow exactly (well, different program than Lightroom, although I may switch to this). I don't relish ever returning to wet darkrooms, with the major exception of getting in to wet plate, which is slowly happening.