I support that answer. In the beginning, I highly doubted my own ability to get images. My ability to consciously imagine things visually had always been quite low. I could not even remember faces of my family. It's a condition called Aphantasia. Turns out that's an advantage. It turns out that I can usually assume that the visuals I do get are not coming from my conscious mind.
My orientation to Remote Viewing may be a lot more liberal than traditional CRV. That may offend some or conversely might be a breath of fresh air to some. However I experience the target is what I'm going to go with. If I bilocate, which happened once and was the most fascinating experience of my life, then I'm going to stick with it.
My sister, who heart-breakingly isn't interested in RV, but was trained by Joe McMoneagle, experiences vivid, full motion views of the target. Her descriptions of how she can interact with the target are a lot like Lyn Buchanan's descriptions - like when he said about some target subjects, "So I got in the car and went with them." My sister can bilocate at will. Sadly, I find that fear of the unknown really gets in the way. My sister fears her own ability. Again, it breaks my heart.
The more naturally psi talented someone is, I'm gathering, the more they can fear psi. My co-worker, a Psychologist, was raised in a pretty strict, fundamentalist-leaning Christian household. She is only now opening up to other things at 50 years old. She remarked to me that she has to hold herself back from going out of body and is petrified of it. I remarked back that I've spent three years every doggone night trying to have an out of body experience. My co-worker also gathers synchronistic events like she was a 100 foot tall magnet. With such amazing natural psi talent with both my sister and co-worker, fear quashes it all. They could be amazing healers and RV'ers. I can't get over how sad it is the world won't get to enjoy their talents.
That is a long way of supporting RVTrainee001's remarks about us setting our own limits on what is possible. I would add to be cognizant of the limits you set for yourself, even from what you read in training materials, and try to break through them all. Purists might not agree with my recommendation, and that's alright. To that I say, don't listen to me. Form your own opinions.