Guilty. But I only use it with my film cameras. My RB67 doesn't have a built in light meter. And while the meter in my Mamiya 6 is ok, I still occassionally find a light meter to be a good reality check - especially when using flash.
With my DSLR, I find the preview from the LCD and histogram more than sufficient.
Perhaps I'm getting lazy, but as there is no direct financial cost with taking digital photos, I'm quite happy to snap away until I've got the exposure I want. And bracketing isn't necessarily a bad option as it can give you post production possibilities.