I don't disagree, Boomer, it's just a matter of where the lines cross. About the only place film has a theoretical advantage (if anyone used it anymore) is 8x10. Below that, the digital sensors are better for all practical purposes. I guess my point, if I have one, is that if Ansel Adams were still alive and shooting zone I don't think he'd have gone digital yet.
The place film has a very real advantage in my world is bodies. We have 6-7 good film bodies and no budget for digital bodies. Most of our glass is Nikon AIS manual focus, with some of the high end AF stuff, too. In order to use our beloved lenses, we need to pop $3,000 to $4,000 for a full frame body that will accept our legacy glass. The boat has other plans for our money.
Canon did a better job with its lens system. I have a couple of 20+ year old lenses that I could use on the latest cheap Canon SLR.