Ugh, with a RAW file size of what? 120MB?
So? Storage is cheap, and my computers are fast.
Storage isn't cheap. It's cheaper than it's ever been, but it's not cheap.
Sure, you can get a 3TB hard drive for $120. Let's call it 4 cents a gig.
But that's not the whole story.
Many of us have recycled our last desktop computers ever. All my desktops, at work and at home, are now laptops.
To get some storage capacity, I went for larger, more expensive machines with two internal hard drive slots. Each hard drive costs about twice as much - 8 cents a gig.
For backup, I have two machines. So we're up to 16 cents a gig.
I also keep two external backups on large external drives, one at home, one at work. So we're up to 24 cents a gig.
I shot 700 shots on Sunday (yesterday). At around 7 images a gig, this would mean I'd have used 100GB yesterday, or 0.24*100GB = $24. That's more than I would typically spend on film in one day when I was shooting that way (typically two rolls a day at $10 each including processing).
So, while we may get a lot more than in the film days, I wouldn't call storage cheap in the context of digital shooting styles and when you include modern computers, storage, and backups.
Now, shooting JPEG L/M on my 20D is cheap, at about 1000 shots per gigabyte (yesterday cost me 17 cents). Raw on a 75MP camera? Nope, not cheap at all.