Agree with everything and love the man with the vision. As a retired magazine photographer I still use two Polaroid backs for my Mamiyas RB-67. I load them with packs of Fuji FP-100C Colour Print film (ISO 100) which is still being made and with the now discontinued (I have 10 boxes) of Fuji FP-3000B (3200 ISO). The experimental stuff I do with these film makes me sad at what will inevitably be their discontinuance (a word Kodak used a the end!). What is wonderful about this film is that should a digital photographer want to imitate the results they would have to first see what can be done. And my results get lots ofdigital assistance as the best friend a Polaroid (or a Fujiroid) ever had was a good scanner and any Photoshop (mine is 12 years old) with levels and shadow/highlight control.
Here an example of a b+w Fujiroid 3000B print scanned:
And here a colour : http://blog.alexwaterhousehayward.com/2016/07/reversed-special-effects.html