Looking forward to seeing what you produce with it, Brian. Good light to you!
You know, when I first tried 4x5", I wasn't too impressed with it, but felt an immediate affinity for 8x10". I only came around to 4x5" recently when I wanted something small and light that could be handheld or set up quickly on a tripod, but that uses sheet film and has movements. 35mm is mainly just for the birds now (with my 600/4.5 lens) and copy photography when I need 35mm slides. 6x6 is for when I want an SLR.