To film or not to film...that is the question. I've been asked to shoot a friend's wedding. I still haven't gone digital. I'm debating whether I should stick to my roots and shoot film or not. I'm well versed in shooting with dSLR's. I just don't own one. In 35mm it would be a pretty simple task. I have all the equipment one would need. I'm not really phased by the idea of shooting it in full manual. I know my exposure and I know my gear. I'd shoot it just like the wedding photographers of yesterday. Hell, I'd probably even clip-test. I'm kind of itching to shoot it in MF. Except my favorite films aren't made in 220 anymore, and I don't have a 70mm back for any of my cameras. I think that's probably a deal-breaker. Then there's the digital option. For some change I could rent a body, two lenses, and a speedlight. It doesn't sound very fun. But I could do it. Thoughts? I'm especially interested to hear from anyone who has shot weddings on film. And please don't give me any of those "Please don't do it! You're going to ruin your friend's wedding!" responses. Thanks.