You did not ask how many of us does both, wet and dry. I do both. You can get pleasant results from inkjet although I find the colors are off. There are no international standards as to how long inkjet prints will last and we know wet darkroom prints can last 100 to 200 years, at least. And the lasting quality of digital media if iffy. I have 200 negatives of the Beatles taken in 1964, including some 4x5 negs. Many, including the 4x5s, have never been shown. I want my negatives and prints to last so I only use digital and inkjet for fluff.
As a dude who did some skydiving, sometimes with camera in hand, before 1960, I have a suggestion. If you jump with a 4x5 Speed Graphic, do not forget to pull the dark slide and the ripcord.