I know the feeling
I started with film, then studied electronics and informatics, and saw the rise of digital.
Today I use BOTH
DSLR when it has to be fast, cheap or even throw-away photography (when no film cost in budget foreseen ...) and in low light conditions
But I have to admit that at weddings DSLR is a bless for speed and combined with a good zoom lens a live- saver.
I get enlargements done by a lab on durst lambda from a nikon D200 to 1m w 70cm with great results!
MF BW film, when I want traditional black and white (Mamiya RZ and Hasselblad 503CW with Fuji ACROS 100 in Rodinal) then print on Baryta paper with selenium toning (jummy)
MF slides and negs (for the LOOK it has) but processing yourself is EXPENSIVE (chemicals only last 3 weeks !!!)
Only interesting when making prints with an ENLARGER (scanning looses the LOOK in my opinion, or one spends hours at PS to get in back))
MF DB (started with P20, and now H3DII MS) amazing, you cannot get that out of film.
It's different, but it is WOW !
LF (4x5 and 8x10) of NO COMPARE when making black and whites of landscapes and portraits, then go gum bichromate or Platinum paladium) this is another dimension
So for me digital is just another brush, another colour on my palet !
Digital printing, I use epsons, but consider using the GEMINI package (amazing quality, and ease of use)
As for digital storage ...today disks do not cost that much.
You need to foresee that in 5 years from now, you will have to convert to other formats and migrate other computer platforms. no escape.
In the future, labs will assist you with this.
Labs will process raws for you, and put it on their servers and storage.
You will access by Internet, do you thing, then send it out to print in a lab, somewhere in the World, and will be send to you by mail.(or directly to your client)
Thing is, try to stay an ARTIST, with all the film and digital around.
Use it wise !