Go for it, Akiva!
I am now using my M8 and M9 without feeling the need for any updated models. Film cameras have become of secondary importance, but I have found applications where film is needed. If I want to use the Hologon 16/8 with a full frame digital M, there are color issues and smeared corners unless a software is used to correct such issues. It is easier to use a Leica M3, say, and get great results directly. A second example is the Hasselblad SWC. It is a unique film camera.
In the end, it is human nature to do what is easier and gives acceptable results.