Would it be possible for digi scrappers to physically get together and crop? I envision a room full of women hidden behind their laptops with the glow of their screens bouncing off their faces. It would look more like a Microsoft convention than a crop. What could you share? You can't say, "Hey, can I borrow that font you're using?" Or, "Hey, I love that chalking you did around that tag, can you email it to me?" You can't share digital elements. So, there you would sit, face buried in the computer, dragging and dropping like crazy.
You'd have to get up and walk around and look at everyone's computer to see what they were doing. And, you couldn't proudly display your completed layouts in a little stack on the table as tactile scrappers do.
You couldn't look across the table and squeal, "OH, I LOVE THAT PAPER! WHERE DID YOU GET IT??" And, of course, there would be no vendors present so you'd have to work with what you had on your hard-drive.
The upside would be that each scrapper wouldn't need 4 feet of personal space. You could line everyone up at just a few tables. And, the dreaded OPEN CONTAINER of liquid wouldn't be QUITE as fearsome.
Overall, though, I still can't quite wrap my mind around a digi crop. It just doesn't sound like the same social experience that tactile scrappers would have.
So, are digi scrappers the loners of the scrapbook world? I don't see a "CKU Digi" coming anytime soon (except online like the Scrap-a-faire). Can you see Lisa Bearnson pitching her products on QVC from Salt Lake City with 200 laptops behind her? It just doesn't work for me.
Food for thought...