Hopefully these links will prove reasonably robust—
By ted.kozak (who has many on flickr)
Another by Louis Meluso (the photographer's mother)
By Phazeman (Note bokeh—for whatever it's worth to you, Bronica lenses generally have the best bokeh in medium format)
By lost in pixels (I don't make up these names, folks)
By Artpunk (with 645 back)
By Kondioz (from this I'd intuit that Kondioz is a young man—this woman is looking at someone whose regard she approves, I think)
By JJBerg (you knew I'd have to include a car)
By 333Bracket (a little-known fact...Bronica photographers seldom photograph cats!)
By Cherryrig (a Strobist picture—and fisheye to boot)
...Well, anyway, I'm sure you can find plenty more if you've a mind to. If nowhere else, then on the "Bronica SQ-A love!" group on flickr. But you get the basic gestalt—a slightly softer, subtler, quieter, gentler, sometimes dreamier, less attention-grabbing sort of vibe.
Mike*UPDATE: I didn't realize when I posted these that the PhotoSIG pictures wouldn't be viewable at normal sizes to those (and there must be many) without a PhotoSIG account. I guess I'll leave the list as compliled rather than removing the offending links, but...sorry about that.
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A book of interest today:
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Peter Rees: "This is extremely painful. Only yesterday I was tossing up between a SQ-Ai and PS 80mm and a Rollei SL66E at twice the price. I plumped for the Rollei—looking at these, I hope I don't live to regret it!"
Mike replies: Those Rolleis are great cameras—Ray K. Metzger shot all (at least most) of his now very rare book Landscapes with one of those. I shoot Rollei for medium format myself, although a different model.
The weak point on the SL66 is the shutter—not that they're especially prone to fail, which they aren't, as far as I know, but that, if they do fail, they're extremely expensive to have repaired. It might serve you well to do a little advance research on repair shops and perhaps put some money aside, just in case.