See I'm an absolute vinyl junkie, luckily the music I choose to play out still is being pressed on vinyl. At first it was just a hobby, like people collect baseball cards or whatever, I have a room dedicated to vinyl that I have acquired over the time. It's physically there and I can go and touch it, get the album sleeve artwork, and it will be with me my whole life. So VINYL is still no. 1 in my books. CDJ's are alrite, just been mixing on 1210's since day dot, so don't like not feeling any resistance on the wheel when you're trying to mix. They work out cheaper if you're purchasing them as well I guess as single tracks are what 79p (im in england by the way). Personally I don't really see what all the fuss is about ableton, I have used it quite extensively and just don't really enjoy it as much as physically mixing on a set of decks. I have also been to shows with people using it, and I genuinely enjoy seeing a dj mix, eq, ride the pitch etc. than someone sitting in front of a laptop. just the way I am I guess.
As for your mix wambat, not really my type of music so not gonna say anything bout the track selection, but from what I heard the mixing is pretty spot on (I'd deffo have a good boogie if I was watching you live mind, just not bedroom material if you get me). You spin anything else, or you just on this tip?