I saw the handwriting on the wall and started transitioning to color neg film and RA4 printing about a decade ago, and fortunately, these products have evolved quite a bit recently, and I am now beginning to make prints at least as good as my old Cibas, and I could actually print Ciba as good as anyone alive. I don't view digital printing of any form to be a substitute, though it is a different path for those who prefer that kind of methodology. Alas, getting something really nice out of old slides is going to be tricky otherwise. My own experiments printing from modern internegs is going slowly. But the "look" of Ciba can be replicated using Fuji Supergloss directly from negs (sometimes masked up or down for contrast), or by printing either slides or color negs onto this medium with a laser printer like Lightjet or Lambda, after scanning.