There's nothing much to the basic look TBH other than using the VisionLog DCP to flatten the images then extreme
use of the highlight (sometimes -100), shadows (+50 - +60) and clarity (+50 - +70) sliders in ACR. I wanted a fairly muted, low contrast look with a bit of punch (I know, that sounds contradictory lol). I tend to increase vibrance (+20 - +50) and reduce saturation (-10 - -30) which makes certain colors pop and then increase contrast (using the contrast slider) until the darks feel roughly in the place I want. I then use the curves to increase/decrease the mids and highs depending on what is needed (i.e. to recover more highlight info or increase mid contrast).
I didn't use much sharpening as there can be an insane amount of detail when you stitch 50+ 5k shots and Dual ISO means I rarely need to use any noise reduction. Lastly, I manually adjust WB to either warm or cool the look and use the tint slider if it needs subtle correction.
Once I have a look that I'm happy with I apply it to the other shots that will make up the panorama and export to 16bit TIFFs. I then load them into ICE and let it do it's stitching thing. Hit auto crop and export the stitched file as a TIFF (can be a huge file). I then load this into Photoshop, do a little dodge/burn where I think it needs it (i.e. make the foreground more contrasty), play with cropping (although I'm a bit lazy and could probably compose better), add a vignette and a frame using a NIK plugin and save again as a TIFF and a lower res Jpeg. I did use some NIK color contrast on a couple of these shots and use the plugins a lot for other work but these were pretty much all ACR and Photoshop.
I wasn't too careful when shooting a couple of the panos and missed snapping some foreground detail (road,cobble paths etc) but I just filled the missing sections with the clone stamp tool. The images could be much better TBH but I was just experimenting. I feel quite comfortable with the workflow now so I'm gonna try to shoot some 'for print' panos, night cityscapes etc and spend much longer on post production.
If there is anything specific you want to know just ask. I can upload a few of the ACR presets I created but obviously each shot is different and thy probably wouldn't be of any use.