Sorry about the empty post, new guy past bedtime...
I recently reviewed the Horseman SW-DII Pro for Studio Photography magazine and understand the article will be out this month. The camera was tested with a Megavision S3 and a Hassy CFV, (Leaf could not deliver a back due to Photokina demands). The Schneider 24mm APO-DIGITAR 24/5.6 allowed appx. 3-4 degrees of rise or fall and though the movements were not geared, operated precisely. The camera is a well machined piece of equipment and felt good to handle, and reminded me of how sloppy a Brooks Veriwide used to be.
Surprisingly easy to setup and use, (assuming your accustomed to fully manual lenses, and without ground glass focusing. ( The ground glass from my Hassy SWC was so dark it was not worth the effort, even with a dark cloth). All the movements are now on the rear with the lens staying stationary to allow panoramic stitching.