As to 120 - I really should shoot more. Not sure what my excuse is, I've even film in the freezer.
I admire your commitment to film, but I think my film days are over, though I still have my gear including a boatload of darkroom stuff. I see film as very analogous to vinyl, and have expended all the energy I care to in dust control! Digital ICE didn't cut it for me once I looked closer and saw all the "patchwork quilting" it created. Adobe's amazing spot healing brush made my last days in the medium tolerable. But my biggest film bugbear was contrast. Early on I wanted to be like the "pros" and shoot positive transparency film and make Cibachrome prints. Bad choice given my usual high dynamic range subjects, and I ended up contrast masking to control it; registering two pieces of film and sandwiching them in glass mounts, creating 8 surfaces to dust-control... a nightmare requiring devotion of which most of my images of the time were unworthy! Finally I got wise, got a scanner and started shooting low contrast neg film and reversing it myself digitally. Did that until affordable digicams with adequate dynamic range came along. No looking back now.
Olympus OM-D E-M10 handheld! Optical image stabilization is my friend!