How much processing are you doing with slide film? You have to scan them first of course. I can understand that with b/w film, after it is scanned it goes into Lightroom as you do when put them thru the Darkroom, as I also understand with color negative film since it has to be converted to a working image first. People are shooting more digital, thru my camera club some pro's have talked about Lightroom and Photoshop editing and it's the way now and as I can understand those who do nature or portrait photography processing is involved be it if one shot digital or film. More in the past, with slides, they handed over the film afaik then the editors did whatever they wanted. If today, one scans slide film into the computer, process it with a software, it is going to be different than the original right? That being the case, while I still enjoy shooting film and having its unedited way - ie view the slides on a light table. Going by today's standards, if I were to edit my slide film, seems more straightforward just to shoot digital? And, if I choose not to edit it, it seems to be for my eye only considering the current style at present.