Hardly a summary!
From my simple-minded perspective I doubt anybody here is out to reify potentialities and posit them as self-existent.
Are potentialities formations? Well is a seed in the ground, a formation? It has not sprouted yet and is not visible but come spring you can be sure the weeds will be out in force. Should we ignore them until they appear? Or should we dig deeper into the ground and rake them up exposing them to the light of insight?
This is my perspective practice-wise - as long as inquiry is present, it shall all be revealed in due course. But dead practice, staying on the surface, abiding in (relative) calm, does not reveal the seeds and lulls the practitioner into a false state of security, until the spring comes, until they are watered.
The Buddha urges up to destroy the seeds, the potentialities, the root. What is this about for you?