I have a bunch of Polaroid 665 I need shoot, but before I get into it I want to tap your collective experience. I've shot a lot of this film in the past, and I've found that what Ansel Adams said about the film seem to be true: if you want a decent negative, you should shoot at ASA 40 (which blows out the print). If you want a good print, well, you'd probably be shooting 667 but if you HAVE to shoot 665 you'd rate the film at ASA 80 and have an underexposed negative. I'm curious if anyone has found either an exposure technique or a post-peel technique for having the cake and eating it too? Can I get both a good print and a good neg?