I just finished a test I had set up, and to me, it seems that this is quite a good solution (but is it the most efficient?)
1) Import footage
2) Key footage (in my case, using the GMatte/Cmatte/Ematte techniqur to get a beautiful thinn edge to work on)
3) Stabalizing one of the above precomps with warp stabalizer
4) Copying and pasting the result onto the other two
This seemed to smooth out the wobbles nicely, although the movement is still detectable. I am not sure that warp stabalizer IS the best tool to remove talent wobbles!
Depends on what it actualyl looks like - as always. I tend to think, though, that a conventional 2D stabilization using the old tracker would actually work better to remove the kinksn. If there are enough other reference points, a Position/ Rotation/ Scale track should work almost flawlessly and with a bit of time-remapping you could further refine the continuity of your dolly moves....
Ill try it out today.