I have been shooting digital for a couple years or so and engaged the medium's obvious advantages...which to me is mostly no film worries (convenience). My most-used cameras are the Pens and a small Lumix point and shoot that is waterproof etc/convenient sailing etc. But, on the other hand, when I get into the art of photography, I remain a film guy, and use my trusty F2A (PH11) and develop the film, and then scan it. It seems the scanned film remains the superior end product, the drag being camera weight and fewer options at shutter press and weight. I must add that most, if not all, of my serious attempts are with B/W film...but there are those color moments... I may go back to film, with all its fiddling, and wonder if others here or elsewhere have found themselves in a similar conundrum?