Ok, I've read all the specifications, listened to a lot of great advice on these threads, and I'm ready to buy. As a landscape photographer with lots of 4x5 and MFDSLR experience currently using a DF and IQ180, I'm looking for better performance in the 28mm-45mm lens range than I get with Phase One options. I have narrowed the camera choices to Alpa STC or Cambo RS and the initial lens choice to either the 40 HR-W or SK 43XL. Rise / Fall / Shift are important features. What is the actual shift range that theses lenses allow, given that their Image Circles are spec'd at 90mm and 110mm respectively? How useful is it that the Cambo can Rise 25mm vs 18mm for the Alpa or is actual use restricted to less by these and other lenses? What is the downside of pan-stitching around the nodal point (with camera level) vs flat stitching? It seems like 18mm shift isn't very much compared to the 40x54mm sensor size, not to mention all the color shift, loss of sharpness issues that shifting seems to create. With respect to using Tilt for DOF, it seems like focus bracketing would be a lot easier than trying to nail front and rear focus points with Live View or shoot and review. I have no real experience here, so I am anxious to hear your opinions on this. What are your recommendations for final camera and lens choices? Any other advice is also welcome. Thanks for the help.