I know this type of question has been posed before, but it seems the status quo changes every day. I've had my heart set on a new 8x10, but have been told by lots of friends to forget it because there's no future in film. Fewer and fewer film makers are willing to invest in existing product lines because everyone has gone digital. I refuse to because I already spend 5 - 7 hours daily at the computer with work- related issues and that's enough! I'd really like to have the 8x10, but don't want to spend 5 grand in something that will be obsolete without a computer. Even the photography classes at USC are now going totally digital. The last purchases of enlargers/darkroom equipment they made are quoted as being "their last". Does anyone have an insider tip or more accurate predictions? Or should I just abandon photography altogether? Thanks!