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When this question had been asked in the past the answer has always been, "No, because these choices are all that you need." This may seem to be a rather close minded answer. But in reality the Prophoto color space encompasses everything else that is available. So the solution has been to do all of your work in ACR in Prophoto and send the image on to Photoshop in that color space. Then convert to the desired color space in Photoshop.
Yes, in the calibration section. There will be many camera-matching profiles available there if you installed them. These match to the in-camera jpegs, but you can also use profiles generated from a colorchecker chart using DNG profile editor: http://labs.adobe.com/wiki/index.php/DNG_Profiles This will allow for very good color reproduction.
>Unlike other RAW processors, it does not allow selection of a custom camera profile.
The use of ICC profiles for raw image processing is of dubious value. The fact that "other" raw software may do it does not make it optimal. What you want to do is get the 4.6 update and use DNG Profiles which do provide an optimal profiled state of captures. The same DNG Profiles come with Camera Raw 5.2.
It looks like I got off on the wrong topic. I had better think before I answer. Sorry.