About 8 years ago I bought a Medium format system but ended up using it little than not at all because it didn't suit my style I had developed using 35mm since I was 10 years old. It was too clumsy for shooting lens wide open, low shutter speed, no tripod, and take a lot of photos. I know many in the last couple years have switched from MF to digital also there are new films etc. have any of things things had a major effect on your style or the way you approach things? For me, I think it has simply allowed me to be more me. I don't think I have changed much style or approach, but I know have made photos I would not have before. One example, I was photographing a wedding with another photographer. I saw a chance to get a photo from the opposite angle he was at. It was an almost silhouette, and his tripod leg was sticking out into my view. With film going straight to a lab, I would have passed it up. Knowing I have full control to make the changes needed later has probably with photoshop has probably changed me more than the cameras.