Disclaimer: this is my honest, respectful take on the posters request.
Opinions are the most subjective thing in the world, yet some seem to be binding and some irrelevant. Some people think THEIR opinion is binding when its actually not. Thus i believe it to be the same in the iris world.
I happen to be at peace with the color combo, since Im partial to earth toned iris - (not all, but most). Now if it had rot tendencies, or lacked vigor or hardiness, in my "opinion" -- that would be grounds for tossing it on the compost pile or the shredder. Those circumstances would be a binding opinion for me, either on the advice of others or my personal take.
My message to you is that YOU do want you want with the cultivar, based on what criteria YOU set up. Others people's take on this cultivar may give you some insight, but, please, --- make the decision to keep/throw away based YOUR experience with it, not anyone else's.
I remember a thread where I gave my non binding, personal "opinion" on the iris cultivar "Thornbird" I've grown it up until a few years ago, since visitors/customers and iris club members continued to admire it, ask for it to be at the club sale, and/or purchase it. I got it as a bonus iris from Moonshine Gardens when i ordered from them many years ago. I first bloomed it in 1990. Let's just say my "opinion" of it ran counter to nearly every one else's , including the American Iris Society which awarded it a Dykes Medal in 1997.
You've thought that i insulted the Pope, or committed an act of treason or sacrilege, that i dare give utterance to my dislike of this cultivar, but I knew then, as i do now, that what others think may matter/and give insight that i may appreciate, but isn't binding on me.
So, please do with it what YOU deem appropriate, -- appreciate the feedback given, but do what you will in the end circumstance