I gave a friend of mine a digitally enlarged image of a negative that I had scanned in. She loved it. After a year or so, the image showed some deterioration that I noticed. She wanted me to sign it so she could frame the picture. I told her that I would simply print out a new one. Then she exclaimed in a real surprised voice that she would pay for a "real" photo. I ended up taking the negative down to the store, payed 7.50 and got a beautiful 8x14 print.
Bottom line, prints, to the layman, and the one with the bucks, is the real deal while digital anything is simply, well, digital.
What does this have to do with this thread? Absolutely nothing.<G>