I look at her work and see what I see, and then I think about today's priorities and arguments (see the thread about the Leica MF camera) and, for me, those modern problems all sink away into another world of concerns not in any way related with the greater concept.
Moon could work with a Brownie (probably has!) and produce something spectacular. In the end, it isn't about cameras, formats or anything mechanical - it's all about emotion and thinking and feeling. That's why a style that, on the face of it, could be so easily copied, seldom is.
In the Barry Lategan site there's a shot on the wall of two heads - at first I thought they were Moon's work - I'm still not sure if they are, or are actually meant to be his work - it's worth the detective work just to see the similarity, and then to wonder...