Yes, though I doubt anyone expects a working model that would fit every star system. That would be next to impossible. Physics almost always needs to know the exact initial conditions to make a model, or theory, in order to work for any specific case. The possible number of initial conditions that can occur when a cloud fragments and begins to collapse into a star system is close to infinite.Earthlike planets that dance in sync around a nearby dim star couldn't have been bombarded by space rocks in their early formative years like our planet was, a study suggests. The TRAPPIST-1 solar system not bombarded by space rocks like early Earth, study suggests : Read moreforums.space.com
For the all comments about pin ball and giant impacts, some known exoplanet systems do not fit this view. Those exoplanets have densities like Earth too.
We might find something for our system since we may be able to get almost exact current conditions (vectors, mass, etc.) and rewind the clock. But it won't be able to address any prior disturbances from passing stars, etc. So I'm not optimistic we will have any great model, though the Nice model is not bad, considering.