Getting back to film --for me-- is a step back. Especially for advance amateur - pro (with budget , like me ) Or for amateur going pro. Now, I'm only using my F5 for B&W only. I know digital can do B&W well. But I'm not ready to let go B&W film yet.
Getting back to film, only works if I'm going medium format like Hasselblad. For 35mm, DSLR is the answer.
As a closing; I first get the same feeling when I first using my D100. I've learn how to deal with it and getting better image every day. Of course, I become addicted to this site, and keep asking question every day. And you know what, all my question answered. Lots of good people equipped with very good knowledge here -- maybe, with very very good equipment. ( my friend at North Carolina usually said, we love toys!!! )
Pinky Mirror Nikonians@Jakarta,Indonesia-- it's near Bali, if you don't know where it is