I know some people have a hard time getting some of this film or ordering it for stores. If anyone is interested in ordering from Kodak Gold 100/ Bright Sun 100, the catalog number we used to place an order (which is now confirmed and in stock as of today) is Cat #: 603-3922. This is the card style single box which is used to be hung. It seems Gold 100/Bright Sun 100 has numerous catalog numbers of which most are discontinued. The number I gave above is current and available. This is one of my favorite films. I was sorting through my old negatives from the 80s to 90s. In most cases I used Kodaks 100 speed neg film. A timetable I came up with is that it started after CP 100 5094 which was Kodacolor VR film. Then in 1986 it went to VR-G CA 100 5095. Then in late 80s (1988?)it went to Gold 100-2 5095. I dont think there ever was a Gold 100-1 as VR-G was probably it. To me the G in VR stands for Gold anyways and the two films (VR-G and Gold 100) seem very similar. Both films are listed as 5095 which to me tells me it was just a name change with an update on the same emulsion. Then in around 1992 it went to Gold 100-3, 1994 Gold 100-4, 1996 Gold 100-5. I'm not sure exactly when it went to version 6, which is the current version today, but I think it was around 1998. There seems to be a drastic change from 5094 CP 100 to 5095 CA 100. I'm assuming it became GA 100 in version 2 when it was called Gold 100 instead of VR-G, but I cannot confirm this. As its been mentioned it seems Gold 100's days may be numbered as its becoming hard to find in stores. Wal-Mart here finally stopped carrying it a year ago, though I've asked them to bring some more in for me, and only two or so stores here still have it. Be sad to see this one go as it produces excellent color and skin tones. It scans well too. Anyone else like using this film? It's grainy for its speed, but it is also sharp with great color and I would love if it were available in 120 again in the current version. It would make a great pro film if they could bring the grain down to PGI numbers in the 30s.