I found the info most interesting, really drills down to almost the bottom of the available data.
As always when getting this much detail depending on how it's used will determine whether it'll be a good thing or a bad thing in the long run.
Personally I've always liked the idea of mixing things up in the tent by moving TC's around as well as shuffling judges since it matters little if you're at the same table for any given turn. I've also been a big proponent of whomever is working the entry table shuffling the boxes after they've been renumbered before they're brought in the tent to the TC's to better assure truly blind judging.
As for the luck thing, there's always going to be luck involved when it gets into the tent, there's no real way to avoid it unless you clone all of the judges from one person but by shuffling everything I'd guess the luck factor (good table/bad table) could be reduced a bunch.