I got into film photography because I thought it would make me a better photographer. The idea is when you are exposing an image on film, every click of the shutter has a much greater cost than a digital exposure. Ideally then, each click of the shutter would represent more creative care. In no medium is this more true than large format film. Each sheet of film itself is at least a dollar, and then you add processing.
The question for me was, is it worth it? Does it really make me a better photographer?
Probably not, but I've shot 6 exposures so far (two scenes) and both were worth printing (at least to me). I like that ratio but it sure is a heckuva lot of work.