I use an Arca M2 in the studio for macro and tabletop (commercial work). I use an Alpa Max for shooting in the landscape. The M2 is an absolutely beautiful view camera that I use on a studio stand and would not break it down for outside work. Others may do that, but I find the pancake type cameras are better built for landscape work. I too would opt for a tech camera over a dslr. Main reason is the selection of lenses. I still use my Cooke PS945 (from 4x5 film days) on my M2; here is a recent example:
Originally Posted by Plateau Light
Arca Swiss M2 | Cooke PS945 @ f/8 for 18 sec | P45 | Daylight + Mirrors
Have fun spending all the dough!