I think some of you are missing the point here. I don't have an issue with electronically scanned colour film, then from those scans, colour prints are then made on a professional system using a lab with conventional colour paper that is electronically exposed, then processed in RA4.
Conventional colour printing is quite hard to do, due mainly to the lack of availability of chemicals in many countries. I have been colour printing in my own darkroom for 19 out of the last 22 years, prior to that I did it in a commercial colour lab, including conventional mural colour with 6' high by 18' wide single colour prints, so I do have an idea of the easy and not so easy fun of analogue colour printing.
If someone wishes to discuss electronically scanning a B&W or colour negative, then wishes to inkjet that to paper in their home, then that is what the sister site Hybridphoto.com is for, or a squillion other sites.
I too, have a long history of embracing new technology, including working with some of the first electronic scanning systems in the world, decades ago, in another life in the graphic arts industry. I'm talking scanning machines that cost a million dollars a pop for each unit. They were the size of a truck and were in sanitised clean air rooms.
I also enjoy electronically produced images, some of them are mouth watering in their brilliance, but this site is about analogue photographic technique and materials, kapisch?