Great thread. I enjoyed reading all that was said. Now, can you translate into english!
Basically, if you ever shot film, even with a standard 35mm style body, it all translates back to the digital camera's in many ways, ISO, F stops and apperature, there's no amazing points to make with the comparisons only that digital gives you instant looks, is 1,000X cheaper and of course the ability to fix a picture in a computer. I still love film and know photogs that use it for "Night Of Thrills shows" and such since film doesn't react to the burst of light and so on. Shooting fire with a digital is an art form IMO if you get it right.
Digital is simply fast and efficient, film is probably still one of the finest art forms out there, when put into a slide on 35mm, it can be an amazing image and not overdeveloped.