Here are some polaroids by me - shot on an EE100 using a mix of 669 and Fuji FP-100.
Double exposure on FP-100c.
Chandelier on FP-100c.
Broadway at midnight on 669.
Mount Adams Hydrant on 669.
My thoughts are that the Fuji film is a lot more modern - it's colours are more modern and it dries faster and without any ripples from peeling. But the 669 has a lot more charm, and responds more interestingly. These were shot in New York and Cincinnati, and it was very cold in both places, so I'm not sure I was developing things for the optimum time, but all the same the pics were a lot of fun to take.