I have the Cambo WDS (Digital). I can't comment on the previous generations but WDS Digital accommodates rise and fall by moving the lens unit and lateral shift by moving the back unit. I have the Contax mount version and the back cannot (currently) be rotated so you have to turn the camera on its side to shoot vertically. I believe the Hasselblad V mount version is the only one whose back can be removed and rotated, due to the square nature of the V mount itself.
For film use it can obviously take a 645 film back, but I can't comment on its compatibility with larger film sizes as I haven't tried this since it would need film-based lenses (in the helical mount) for the necessary coverage and I have an ARCA F69 for that anyway.
An ideal improvement would be for the digital back mounting plate to be re-designed to allow vertical as well as horizontal mounting. This would save a lot of hassle, and allow horizontal stitching (with the back mounted vertically) and the back unit moving laterally, and also vertical stitching (with the back mounted vertically - but with the camera then turned on its side) again using the back unit's movements and thus both methods allowing the lens to stay stationary during stitching, which is necessary for acurate results.
Alternatively have all the movements on the back unit and make the mounting plate rotatable. That way the camera and lens stay put and the back can move and stitch as desired. Most convenient but probably least easy to engineer.
But I digress...... (sorry, back to the Alpa question)