Note: I have published Part 1: stability and stacking of the BALPRO T/S review
When I picked up the Sony A7r to replace the Nikon D800 for work outside my studio, I purchased the Novoflex F - Sony NEX mount adapter and ASTAT quick release system. Why? Novoflex's modular systems work hand in hand with one another. They serve a greater vision that, in the long run, serves the photographer.
Novoflex is the Transformers of the adapter world.
The Novoflex BALPRO T/S system and a few, tiny M39 enlargement lenses, will replace my current on-the-road system of bulky, expensive tilt-shift lenses.
No, BALPRO is not cheap, but it is modular. It is well machined. It is far more stable than the Horseman VCC Pro, and seems to be reliable even for my somewhat heavy image stacking requirements. While it doesn't offer the free-ranging movements of a 4x5 camera, it is rock solid, and in many ways, less frustrating than an unmodified tilt shift lens.
In the coming months, all strobe photography will be shot with the BALPRO and A7r system. Even in studio, it will substitute my 4x5 camera.