Since you asked, here is my 2 cents, but since its Canadian I guess its more like 1 cent to you, but anyway.....
Keep your film body and go digital too, especially if you like the film body and are used to working with it.
Aside from the instant feedback from digital you can also do up prints of only the ones you want so really the processing costs are much less in the long term.
In my opinion I wouldn't bother with any at home inkjet printing of your pics just yet either. The quality isn't quite what you'd get from getting the digital image processed onto photopaper and the at home jobbies will fade out after 10 years. This won't always be the case, but for now I believe it is.
For showing off your digital pics, get a DVD player that can do JPEG/photo CDs. The cheap ones are so cheap now its unbelievable and you can whip up a slideshow in minutes burn it to a disc and sit around the TV
in the living room and show your friends that way.
Just my opinion though.
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