I think right view can simply be a recognition of the value in going beyond greed hatred and delusion as well as the acceptance that it is possible and has been achieved. This recognition is given expression by faith in the Buddha or other guide on the path. It need not in my opinion be any more complicated than that. In the Suttas there are many descriptions of the process leading to liberation and they are similar but certainly not monolithic. The Canki sutta for example describes the search for truth as starting with finding a person who is not mired in greed hatred and delusion. I would call this right view. A non intellectual right view. It is my opinion that practice and progress on the path from that point on could be limited to the right efforts and a continuing recognition of their value in actual experience. All the tweaking of view arises when our assumptions and speculations get in the way. The path becomes more complicated because we tend to be complicated. Since the vast majority of people(including me) have a whole spectrum of complications we generally need a more nuanced description of practice.
"Beautifully taught is the Lord's Dhamma, immediately apparent, timeless, of the nature of a personal invitation, progressive, to be attained by the wise, each for himself." Anguttara Nikaya V.332