I have gone partially digital with some of my camera gear and I like it. Along with the large format gear I had been using a medium format camera, at one time I owned a Hassleblad system, which got sold, after that I bought a Fuji GSW 690 rangefinder camera ( 6 x 9 cm images on 120 film ) with a non interchangeable 90 mm lens, it was like a giant Leica with range finder focusing, the focus was very accurate, I thought it was a very nice camera. After seeing how good the image quality was from the Nikon D300 I use at work, I sold the Fuji last year, was mainly using the Fuji to take pictures of family and friends, I have now replaced that with a Nikon digital D90 camera, with that for lenses I have a couple of lenses, a 24mm and a 50mm prime lens, I like the combo. The image quality from the D90 is as good as anything I was getting from my medium format Fuji, but keep in mind that I don't have a high end scanner to scan medium format negatives beyond a 5 or 6X enlargement. I much as I like the quick response of the digital, I still find the large format more inspiring to use when it comes to making my more serious landscape images, all in all what ever camera I am using I am having fun!
The above picture was taken near Keremeos, B.C., in October of 2009, Nikon D90 and a 18-70 mm lens at the 55mm setting.