The way I look at Model A is as follows:
As accepted, the functions are broken into several different categories. There is accepting/producing, valued/devalued, conscious/unconscious. Accepting and producing functions could be viewed as two sets of functions, and the contents of each individual set could be viewed as one big function working. Accepting/producing could be viewed as separation between hemispheres of the brain; one hemisphere being accepting and the other hemisphere being producing. Conscious/unconscious could be look at is the difference between reality and motives. Also, if one function is to be conscious and valued, its inverse must automatically be unconscious and devalued(if +Ne is conscious and valued, -Ne must be unconscious and devalued). I do not believe that the distinction between conscious/unconscious functions can always be valid. Conscious functions in my opinion can be unconscious and unconscious functions can be conscious.
Also the way I look at model A is that the producing functions are the subjects of the accepting functions. For example, -Ti/+Te base with +Ne/-Ni creative would be like disjunction of singularity, or understanding theoretical systems. Alternately, +Ne/-Ni base with -Ti/+Te creative would be singularity of disjunctiveness, or creating originality out of understanding.
As I said earlier in the post, conscious is what you are, and unconscious is what you want to be. Valued is what you favor, devalued is what you do not favor. So combining that to model A, the PoLR is both conscious and devalued. This would mean that that person is unable or severely handicapped in using that function. PoLR is what you ARE NOT. Now function 7 and 8 are unconscious and devalued. This would mean that functions 7 and 8 are what you do not want to be. These functions are your antithesis. Now, as I have said before, the functions "leak" both into the conscious and the unconscious, so sometimes all functions can be conscious or unconscious. The POLR will sometimes be the antithesis, especially in certain situations, as well as the 8 function being the POLR.
Using +Ne/-Ni as an example for each block in model A:
Ego: The person will be original, will see multiple viewpoints, will see different angles on things very easily.
Super Ego: The person will fit in to an extreme degree. This person will be very single minded, only able to see one perspective. It will not be intentional though.
Super Id: The person will have a need to see all the possibilities in things. This will in turn cause paranoia about certain things. They will often do things to try to be original or creative. They want to be creative in approach.
Id: The person will totally be repulsed by relative viewpoints and different perspectives. They will do their best to not try to stand out.