(Would have liked to add images, but SmugMug seems to be down... maybe later) Is this a severe condition, or is it just a "normal" deviation, or a phase I'm going through? About two years ago, when I got my D200, I was overwhelmed by the state of the art digital photography had become. I've been shooting film for 20+ years before that, and Nikon gear since around '92. Comparing the images of the D200 to slides shot side-by-side with the F5, I got the the impression, "well, that's it", and seriously thought about selling of all my film gear save for the M3 (mainly for sentimental reasons, got that from my father, who originally bought is around '57 or so). Well, beginning this year I promised myself to come straight, and said to myself, "if I don't shoot at least 12 rolls of film this year (for an average of 1/mo.), I really will ditch the film stuff". Well, about half a year later, I finished roll #13 yesterday, which isn't bad considering my current workload & other responsibilities. And I'm more away from digital than I thought possible: New D700 FX body released by Nikon? Honestly, I couldn't care less at the moment... New AF-S, PC-E etc. lenses released? Not interested at all, as they wont work on older bodies... I started shooting B&W film again, and do my own developing&scanning. I've had the MN-30 battery for my F5 rebuild by a local shop specializing in battery repairs. Lately, I started using my F3HP+MD4 again. In the last 4-6 weeks, I haven't used anything else. I've put the original K-screen back into the F3, and now enjoy again the opportunity of accurate manual focus. MF lenses have made it to the top of my lens wish list, like the Zeiss ZF 85/1.4. As have some film/full-frame only lenses, like a 15 or 16mm fish eye. I even find myself eyeing the idea of acquiring a mint F3HP+MD4, just for cosmetics. And, to add a last one, I find myself browsing online shops & drooling over 50-packs of my favorite film. So, should I seek professional help? Do I need treatment? And what would you recommend? Maybe a mint FM-2:biggrin:? Honestly, I think I'll just enjoy the fun I've found in using my "outdated" gear, and the opportunity to slow down the digital product cycle and the accompanying gear frenzy and to concentrate on taking photos. I don't want to bash digital photography, nor do I plan to ditch that D200 - for me, it's all about the fun, and for certain applications digital clearly has an advantage (like, high volume bird and aircraft photography, I probably won't do that again with film). And I probably will get an FX digital body sometime in the future (but probably not the current generation).