I'm of the opinion that neither format (CF or SD) are superior. Of the SD/CF cards that I've had fail, they are usually of a very low quality, which is perfectly fine for some people as their career doesn't depend on the card.
I will most likely have this configuration:
- 64GB CF card: RAW originals
- 8GB Eye-Fi Pro X2: High quality JPG
The options are limitless if you have a laptop and know how to create scripts.
For weddings/events/portraits, I was thinking:
-64GB CF card for RAW + JPEG Large
-64GB SDXC card backing up the CF card for insurance!
Are you using the Eye-Fi Pro now? I was wondering how that would work for things like dances, etc...?
5DIII, XSi, A2, 10s (x2), 20-35 2.8L, 28-70 2.8L, 70-200 2.8L, 40 2.8 Pancake, 50 2.5 Macro, 100 2.8 Macro, 135 2.0L, 135 2.8 Soft-Focus, Crappy EF-S Kit Lens, 430EX II, Metz 45 CL-4, Metz 60 CT-4 (x2), White Lightnings, and lots of other junk...