Well, actually you will. You'll look back to not having a stinky oily mess and a process that's more of an art form than something you can stick a button pusher on. You'll look at a machine that sits unused way too much of the time. You'll wonder why you never ever have the right (expensive) mandrels or stones for the job. I've been honing to stupidly tight tolerances for about 40 years and enjoy the process greatly, but I've never found management or "normal" machinists to be very fond of it. Honing and grinding should be the easiest jobs in the shop, but they're both becoming relics of the past, given what you can do with a CNC machine.