I know that some lubricating systems are high volume while others are high pressure. It all depends on the mfg clearances. I have no idea what the Titan's system is, so I have stuck with 5w30 to keep the same cushion of oil between parts as Nissan engineers have called for.
I have run synthetic on my cams since day one, the only break in I did was let it idle for a while after install and I took it easy for a few hundred miles after that.
I guess if you really want to change viscosities, I would do an oil analysis using 0w40 and 5w30 and see what the reports say about the amount of engine wear that's occurring with each oil. Who knows maybe under your environmental and pulling conditions, the report may show that 0w40 is better suited for you or maybe 5w30 is ideal.
As far as a break in oil, I don't see a need unless the entire motor was rebuilt. Other than that, why protect the cams on breakin oil, all the while adding extra wear to your already broken in rings, bearings, gears, chains and such.