Originally Posted by Diesel Fuel
I don't dislike DCC, it sounds cool. BUT... I have all old vintage engines and stock and don't want to convert it, guess I'm old school
Well, it's really a matter of personal choice; no one has to do DCC. I would not, however, let the age of your locomotive fleet be the ONLY reason that you don't adopt it. Yes, it's more work to install a decoder in an older model, but it's far from impossible.
I have done 4 myself, and if I can do it, anyone can (I can barely spell solder, let alone do it). I did have to punt on a 5th, but that was an issue of the other parts of the drive train falling apart, not the difficulty of the install.
If you only ever operate one loco at a time, and you have lots of electrically-isolated tracks on which to park the rest of your fleet, then there's really nothing to be gained by converting. Otherwise, it's definitely worth a look.