Hi, So, in the pursuit of analog perfection, it seems that nothing comes closer than dye-transfer printing, at least with respect to stable color prints. It's fortunately very easy to obtain archive-worthy b&w prints, but color not so much, and thus is my interest in this process. However, I'm well aware that the Kodak materials for dye-transfer printing were discontinued when I was 11. Therefore, my question is, are there any ways to realistically create dye-transfer prints today, or a comparable process? What exactly is discontinued that was unique to D-T printing? Could these materials be "easily" synthesized or substituted? ("easily" being relative, of course) There are some cool resources on the web, and I've looked at them, but you can't ask a website a question, so here I am. How about carbro? How do they differ? I'm learning more daily, but I'd love to know what you know. I don't intend to go out and start doing this tomorrow, but I'm wondering if at any point in my life I can try my hand at this process. Thanks!