I miss the smell of photography.
I miss the shimmer of silver on paper.
I've always loved taking photos but the working in the darkroom was always my very favorite part of it -- making something from practically nothing, worrying if it was going to all work out okay.
When I was in college, every summer I would sign up for an independent study in photography which granted me my own key to the university's darkroom that I could use just about any time I wanted. I practically lived there.
I did make the jump to digital, begrudgingly, about 20 years ago. Professionally it was a godsend. Being able to immediately review the photo and check that your lighting was good and that a person hadn't blinked, or that the image was simply what I envisioned made life much easier.
It also made me much, much lazier. I knew I could change things, and fix things, and whatever, easily and cheaply. Now that I'm "retired" I'm trying to retrain myself to see again.
Right now I'm shooting with a Nikon D7000. It can do anything and everything, I use 4 functions on it: shutter, aperture, depth of field preview and focus -- the same 4 I used on my 35 year old Canon.
I have, I think, 8 cameras though.