I haven't had a turntable in years, and I'm starting to feel all romantic about getting one and restricting my new music purchases to vinyl exclusively.
Some reasons why:
Longevity - CD's get to be pretty skippy after about 10 years, and after 15 or 20, they are pretty much useless. A vinyl record can last 100 years if taken proper care of. If I live another 40 years, I would like to be be able to go back and listen to my Satch records without having to purchase them new again.
Environment - CD's contain all kinds of toxic chemicals, I'm pretty sure this isn't the case w/vinyl records
Sound Quality - Since it is analog and therefore can store an infinite amount of information, vinyl has a certain warmth that can't be reproduced digitally (though I'm not sure how relevant this is anymore since many albums are recorded digitally these days).
What I really wish is that record companies would produce an analog format, sorta like a miniaturized vinyl record, along with digital devices to play them, instead of the current digital format.