I didn't want to imply it has no advantage.
I just wanted to relate the advantage to the significant amount of additional hassle you'll get.
And when wanting to stand this additional hassle for better IQ, 8x10 might be an option.
I don't see much additional hassle with sheet film versus roll film with a view camera, especially considering you get 95x120mm versus 60x70mm of film real estate (significant to me).
Development - Better with sheets, you can vary development to suit the intended photography. You'd have to carry a LOT of roll backs to accomplish that.
Scanning - Yes, it's cheaper to drum scan 6x7, but that's a cost of resolution. If you're flatbed scanning at home the only difference is the number of images you scan at a time.
Storage - ? It's pretty easy to store 4x5, I use index card boxes.
The only extra hassle I see is loading and carrying film holders, but it's worth it for me. Now, a long trip in the backcountry traveling light? A 6x9 back loaded with Portra 400, camera and two lenses becomes attractive.