Don't use my incident meters much with digital. I rely on the highlight preference setting of the Canon DSLRs and then edit. But I use the digitals for work - features, sports, and spot news for our weekly newspaper and attached website.
But I do use a Sekonic 300 series (308?) when I'm shooting a non-metered or metered film cameras on personal projects. I know it's overkill for 400 speed black and white film - after 40+ years shooting that speed film, I can usually estimate and come within a half an f stop.
Unfortunately, that doesn't address the issue you raised. If I had time to use an incident meter for digital, I would.