Voted Mixed... but I don't know if drawing/sketching something on paper, scan it and colour it digitally, would fall in the Mixed-category?! -anyway, that's what I mostly do... it's a pretty rare thing for me to go either full-CG or fully traditional!!
I tend to lean more towards traditional largely because I have a better sense of control and can flow better with the medium, plus being able to produce an illustration that's one-of-a-kind just really gives me a sense of pride. Plus, it's just good to be trad-savvy when doing on-the-spot commissions at cons. That being said, digital is more convenient when I need to whip up something for a comic cover or conceptualise a colour layout, be it a character design or a "map" for how I want to colour something with markers, and it has the advantage of having richer colours since scanners still can't seem to scan trad properly.
Still, nothing beats my trusty pencil and paper when it comes to straight drawing, and I can take it everywhere with me for when inspiration strikes.
Yeah the one of a kind thing is really awesome, but even when i was all traditional i would still use a lightbox for inking so it wasnt really one of a kind anymore anyways. I think ive really adapted to digital. Though i never leave my apartment without some sort of drawing implement, mostly pen because it doesnt really smudge and no erasing.
I just now learn to use digital mediums( and its awesome but aswell somehow easyer to achieve)... still I can worship artists more who made a great picture in the traditional way... somehow you can see or at least imagine how much time it needet to achieve traditional skills. Then digital art is still a new way of art and there will come big things in the future...so maybe it'll change my way of thinking about...