He forgot the Walker Proscenium turntable. When you buy one they will fly to your house with it and make sure it's properly installed.
It isn't so much about what comes out of the speakers, printers, darkroom trays, or whatever. I think it's about whether you like doing it or not.
Both vinyl playback and digital has so much quality to offer that it'll be fun to boogie to either of them.
Both film and digital photography has so much quality to offer that the resulting prints will be really amazing.
So it becomes a matter of preference. And most people choose what's convenient. It's human nature. We have to learn to deal with it.
My hopes for photography and vinyl records lie with a younger generation that are appreciative of the qualities film and vinyl have to offer.