Wow, I'm sure they are gorgeous!!
If you paired him with the opaline white based, all the male chicks will be split for opaline, and you will get both male and female cinnamons, as well as male and female inos since the female is ino and the male is split. Because of this, from this pairing you could get both male and female lacewings, and as long as the male is blue series Ino instead of green series Ino then all the inos and lacewings will be white. If the male is green series, unless he's split to blue, you'll get yellow based lacewings, I'm pretty sure.
All male chicks will either be split to cinnamon or show visual cinnamon because the mother is visual cinnamon, as well as all male chicks will either be split to Ino or be visual Inos for the same reason. All males will be split opaline.
If you breed him too the yellow based dom. pied hen, if he's blue series, then all the chicks will be yellow based because yellow based is dominant to white based in all cases unless the hen is split for blue, in which case you will get both white based and yellow based chicks.
Dominant pied is always dominant in SF form so you will get some chicks who are dom. pied. If they are Lacewing or regular Ino, you will not be able to tell if they are SF dom. pied until you breed them.
All male chicks in this pairing will either show visual cinnamon or be split for cinnamon, as well as show Ino or be /Ino.
Since Lacewing is a combination mutation, cinnamon and Ino are passed on separately
I think that's all of it, anyone feel free to add more to this!
Hope this helps, I'm anxious to see this pairing!