Oh, I don't know... we could have 3 or 4 pages of people going 'yes'!!! ;-)
The only quibble I have with Sean's article, and it's a very minor one, is where he said,
"Could a given photographer make his or her best work with any camera handed to him or her? Maybe, but probably not."
I think a really good photographer can do excellent work with any equipment, given a little time to see what and how the camera sees, and with the understanding that the work from different formats will (obviously) be different. A watercolour artist can also paint with guache or draw with charcoal, although their first love and primary interest may be in watercolour.
Michael, for example has published images using everything from a Canon G9 to a Leica to a Phase One P45+ and with film scans before that. In all cases both the photographer AND the equipment are important! I still remember walking into a camera store back in 1982, just as a woman was leaving with about a couple thousand dollars worth of equipment. She was going on vacation and 'wanted to take good pictures'. After she left I turned to the owner and said, 'She is going to be SO disappointed!'
So, my thanks to Sean for his article and especially to Michael for providing all of the reviews, articles, information, expertise... it's a long list.