It's interesting. I read this post last night, and then started my day with an eye toward what it is that I do in a morning. Admittedly, this is an odd morning, because I've just come back from being out of town for the weekend, but...
I also do what you're calling the "daily review." Inboxes to zero, looking at my lists, figuring out what the main things on my schedule will be for that day.
But I think if that's all you're doing at your weekly review, you may be missing out on harnessing the true power of the WR. At my WR, that's when I back up to 10 and 20,000 feet, and often even up to 30,000 feet (I'm writing my dissertation, so managing the 1-2 year goals is critical right now). I make sure I've captured at those levels, I make sure that all my projects are represented in my calendar and my NA lists, and I see if there are any balls I need to get rolling. For instance, there's a conference coming up at the end of October, and even though it's September 4, I need to start drafting my presentation. But that wasn't on my NAs or even my projects lists yet; I looked at the calendar, did a little 3-dimensional thinking, and went, "Okay, that's got to go in the hopper."
So that's where my WR goes. Yes, I do all the clearing the decks thing every day, but the WR is still important for that "backing away" aspect.