I still don't see much support in the suttas for the idea of moment-to-moment rebirth. For example the way the nidanas are defined in SN12.2 certainly doesn't support the idea. Also I don't see how the Abhidharmic concept of mind moments is particularly relevant.
"And what is kamma that is dark with dark result? There is the case where a certain person fabricates an injurious bodily fabrication, fabricates an injurious verbal fabrication, fabricates an injurious mental fabrication. Having fabricated an injurious bodily fabrication, having fabricated an injurious verbal fabrication, having fabricated an injurious mental fabrication, he rearises in an injurious world. On rearising in an injurious world, he is there touched by injurious contacts. Touched by injurious contacts, he experiences feelings that are exclusively painful, like those of the beings in hell. This is called kamma that is dark with dark result."
http://www.accesstoinsight.org/tipitaka ... .than.html
In this instance The Buddha is obviously referring to a moment-to-moment view of kamma and d.o since he refers to a being, I.e. another sense of "Me", arising and experiencing the world in a negative way, as if like (but not actually being) a person in hell post mortem