For me, it mostly deals not wanting to use a crt screen, mouse, scanner or ccd/cmos chip, and inkjet printer to create art. When I work on computers all day, the last thing I want to do is create art on one. I think "electronic art, imitating traditional art -yuk". This is one reason people will always stick with traditional methods, simply because they enjoy it. I've been seeing a lot in the news lately about carpal tunnel syndrome, and XBOX hand, mobile phone txt thumb, etc. The new generation is quickly developing terrible physical problems related to their use of electronic devices. Maybe traditional will win in the end? Maybe people will be unable to load their 5 gigabyte images and click their mouse 250,000 times to get the best result. I know no matter how bad my hands get, I can always turn the big knobs on my Zone VI enlarger