I respect the amount of thought you have put into this but it seems like you are way out on a logical limb. I will try to limit my response for now to my most important point.
Right view of karma does not need to be "reliquished" in order to have right view of the noble truths. Karma aligns our desires with harmlessness and goodwill and takes us very far on the path. 4NT does not negate this. It says to drop, not the framework of Karma, but the desire for good karma and its results (the "fleeting" pleasures of a beneficial rebirth.) There is no conflict between these forms of right view. Spermundane builds on mundane, and only 4NT is precise enough to actually eliminate suffering. This much seems clear even from an atheistic perspective where one sees karma clearly within this lifetime while rejecting rebirth. Where the Buddha "qualifies" his statements to accomodate those the reject rebirth he never ever allows for rejecting karma, the reality of intentional actions and their consequences/rewards.
Every other time the Buddha mentions right or wrong view he is mentioning something that is either skillful or not, within the framework of karma / 4NT.
As you seem quite learned even if quick to reject convention, I think this will give you enough to resond to for now even though I am tempted to respond to some of your other points.
Sotthī hontu nirantaraṃ - May you forever be well.