Tech cameras can be a huge PITA however you can get mine if you can pry it from my dead cold fingers.
Tech cameras take much more deliberate thought in setting up; likewise they are slower to shoot with nothing automatic about them. But the images are out friking standing. I can set the WRS up and have it ready for the first shot just in time to hear Sandy saying she's done with her shot (1DsIII). However, I have the ability for flat stitching which gives me a much larger image file to work with when doing a 60' plus panorama. Okay, slightly off point.
I stumbled on what I feel (at least for me) is the ultimate system. I'm now using a DF body which gives me that DSLR quickness for when I need that fast down and dirty fast capture as well as the Cambo WRS for when I want/need the slower deliberate capture. The best part of all this is that I'm using the same digital back so no matter the case I'm using an IQ160 for everything I shoot.
So my suggestion is stay with medium format using two systems that use the same back.
reread the previous comments. I've been using a 35XL for as long as I've had the WRS and totally agree that this is one super sweet lens.