I edit my film on a light box, negs and E-6 positives, just as I have for decades, but instead of wet printing in the darkroom I scan and finish those images as files, and email JPEGs to the client and mail or hand over the complete tiffs.
My client's don't use the middle step of darkroom enlargements any longer. Straight to file from me. I actually have more control than when they would scan my enlargements.
Also, the detail in 67 to scan is such that I have become a better photographer to insure I get everything out of the image I can. When I was printing double weight fibre enlargements on a cold head, sharp and in focus in a 16 x 20 print was a very different looking image than the sharp and in focus that can be had now scanning an original and viewing on a 27" monitor. It is a different look, less dreamy and more analytical, but it is working in today's market.