Nice work you have there!
I'll see what I do, some more speed training with the pano head may solve some of the issues. I don't think there's any stability issues in the head itself (the NN ultimate is solid, gitzo tripod under it too), it is more that when working as fast as I can I mess up and hit the trigger almost before I let the hand off the camera or its ready in the clickstop, or accidentally hit some button on the camera. But I do need a better upper rotator, my current head has only 7,5 degree clickstops and no zero adjustment. 7,5 degrees is kind of okay, but without the zero adjustment it is limiting.
I would of course not get a view camera only to shoot digital. The most pleasing photographic process I have currently is working with my 24mm TS-E on the 5Dmk2, adjust tripod height and position, fine-adjust with the geared head, shift, tilt/focus, fine-adjust a bit more, wait for the moment, and take the shot. I'm a bit fascinated by those small adjustments, moving only a little bit can change quite much, it is more to composition than just identifying the corners, it is how foreground and background objects relate to each-other, how they overlap etc. This process is so much nicer than doing stitching that I find myself not using the pano head as much as I thought I would. Stitching at the back of a view camera as a complement to film would be more similar to that process. I actually do find composing with movements and seeing the picture in the view finder / ground glass / live view a nice experience in the photographic process.
As I said earlier, it is not only about the resulting file, it is about the process too, and there we all have different preferences of course.
(The LCC stuff is not worrying me personally too much any longer, my worry was if there would be significant DR loss after correction, but it does not seem like that. Now I see it more as an interesting problem, I do write some post-processing software hacks on my own (there's a reason I almost exclusively use open source software for post-processing), and the LCC problem seems interesting from that point of view...)