Digital is faster, cheaper and so much more convenient than film, and for most purposes, the quality is more than adequate. Nevertheless, for ultimate quality, film, and especially MF transparency film is unbeatable IMHO. Personally, I also enjoy using film much more than digital when I have the time, and find the results more 'pleasing'. However, when comparing film with digital we should not forget that nearly all high street film processors nowadays scan film to highly compressed, low-ish resolution digital files for printing, which in my experience results in noticable noise and loss of quality. At the end of the day, digital users have more control over the final output than film users ever had - unless of course they did the scanning and/or printing themselves - which I still do for my personal photography.