A few years ago I was lured into digital with the purchase of a firt gen DReb. The little Reb was for work where I didn't have time to wait for developing and scanning of images. A true film snob I presumed the Reb would never be of any more use than that. It would forever be shunned as inferior and ne'er would my L-series glass kiss the abomination that was digital.
Boy was I wrong.
After only a month of digital my Elan IIE took up semi-permanent residence on the top shelf of my closet. The only time it comes down is when I need to the low-gran high ISO capability and frame rates the Reb simply can't provide.
Which brings me to the current crop of Canon DSLR bodies. Lordamighty! 1600 ISO with no discernable noise? 3-5 fps with a 60+ frame burst capacity? New card technologies allowing hundreds of images? Anti-shake, live view, and sensors, Oh My! I can hear my credit card whimpering in fear from across the room. If someone feels the need to be, well... really nice to a total stranger, I'll sure volunteer to be the stranger!
Sigh, so many toys, so little money.