Here's my situation: in the 90's and early 2000's I was mad about Kodak's HIE infrared film. Still love it, but back then it was my primary film & I thought it would always be. So when I saw the digital tidal wave coming, I knew it's days were numbered. I started making big orders & freezing a stockpile.... Jump forward: I now have about 170 rolls in my freezer with exp dates 2005 - 2007. I have shot & processed about 10 rolls in the last year & they are coming up beautifully. But my heart has moved on: I still shoot primarily film, but seldom HIE. (And it is expensive to process.) I am sure I will never get through all I have on hand. So questions for you all: 1) How long will it last? Some have said frozen it could be indefinite, but the lab that has been processing it suggested I run through it in the next 2-3 years. (I thought I'd run a bunch this summer, but so far only about 5 rolls....) 2) I have a high-quality lab I trust doing the processing, but with contacts it's $25/roll. Anyone know a less-expensive place processing HIE?? 3) If I won't get through it all, should I sell? I see some folks bidding for some HIE on eBay, but it seems to involve a lot of trust that I have had it frozen since purchase (I have, but not sure I would take the word of a stranger online.....) 4) Are people still interested in HIE? (I suppose so as people are bidding, but still -- what do you all think??). Any other thoughts appreciated.