A member of the F6 group on FB, Larry Snell, posted this, nothing against digital, but it describes some of the pleasures of using film, very much the way I feel it too sometimes:
"Love my F6 and film. Just got back from a typical overnight jaunt to the hills and then checked Facebook, then commented on a nice and interesting post about a F6 vs. an 800. Then it really hit me (again). There I was in that beautiful place, no computer, no card reader, no backup drives, no power, no Internet, no laptop cases, no cords, no data loss worry, no rain worry, no menus, no white balance, no 12 button pushes, no screen checks, no nothing. My Velvia 50 is safely ensconced in its little cans. Got home and no downloading, no battery charging, no back upping the backup, no cord untangling, no formatting, no RAW processing that I don't shoot anyway, and again, no nothing except to wash my socks. I'll send the film off, get slides and an automatic backup CD. Done."