There's something fundamentally not right about the Lomography thing...
Digital is mostly auto everything so you have no control. Film can offer very precise control (yes, you can get either with either - but as a general rule for most cameras and users...)
Lomography seems to sell on the basis of getting wacky, random results with the 'photographer' having little control or idea what he or she will get until the snaps arrive.

In a way it is great as it keeps film alive among the youngsters.... But it also seems to be misrepresenting film photography in a very strange, misleading way....