Update, completed my first paying job with the Multi-Shot ...
Did some GM wheels which I do 5 or 6 times a year. Previously did them with the H3D-II/39 ... this time I used single shot for all the pops to refine the lighting, and once I got the lighting exact used the 4 shot for the final images. This keeps the number of 4 shots to a minimum.
The final was much more detailed and required less of the minor retouching I used to do to some details like the logo in the center cap, etc.. Saved lots of time compared to previous similar shoots. I did notice that you MUST REALLY blow off anything you shoot with this MS back because any dust is rendered sharply.
Sorry, I can't show any images as the products are all advanced models for 2011 and 2012 vehicles, and I am working under a non-disclose agreement.
I also found out that I don't necessarily need an automatic shutter to use the Rollie Xact2 and the Digitar lenses. The software allows you to set any delay you want between shots ... which on a limited basis means I could set enough delay to manually cock the lens and allow the camera to settle down between each of the 4 shots. Since I do not need to use the Rollie very often, especially after getting the HTS/1.5, I doubt I'll need to upgrade the shutter system. If I were doing volume production, yes ... but for my limited applications ... no.