I doubled in Physics and Philosophy. Degrees are irrelevant, which is why I'm currently a software developer!
If I could do it again, I'd definitely major in computer science. There's a lot of great stuff in physics, and I'm glad I took some high-level E+M and quantum classes, but my passion was always for problem solving, and not necessarily for physics.
You'll spend a lot of time in the lab, but I wouldn't call it "spreadsheet analysis." It's mostly "shit didn't go as planned, here's me trying to quantify how badly it went and possibly trying to explain it." Exhausting.