The early stuff is fascinating. In particular, I gave the moons inclination, something I had never done before, and they are giving it to the ring. Because gravity is a 1/r^2 force, proximity matters more than elevation. So the ring gets its maximum inclination near the point of closest approach and not when the moon is at maximum elevation.
One of the big questions is how the inclination will impact negative diffusion. It is possible that it could lead to more vertical displacement and less migration of semimajor axis. Only by going through the simulations will I know for certain. I expect that I will have some results to put on my main web site before classes start. Of course, when I do I will put a post here telling all about it.