I wonder if anyone has started such a discussion, outside the EK boardroom. From what I can perceive, the idea exchange INSIDE the boardroom doesn't see to be producing any results. But this is not a ridicule of company decisions. Maybe they just plain don't know what any customer base has desire (demand) for. Maybe an abridged stock, out of their historically well-received products; brought back into production. There is a void without them. to be sure. I will open with a request that they resume manufacture of a very ordinary, but EXCELLENT photographic paper called Kodabromide. Not Kodabrome, but ordinary DW Kodabromide F #2 paper base. Kodabromide and Ilfobrom were all the photographic world ever needed, if it were limited to 2. Ilfobrom had an EXCELLENT unferrotyped F surface that allowed perfect print detail, and Kodabromide had an unferrotyped shine of another kind. Beautiful papers. Ilfobrom was whiter, but Kodabromide gave a selenium purple tone that made detail pop. Kodak, can you find it in your diminished fiscal capacity to re-offer Kodabromide F to the filtered list of worldwide materials?