Okay, I am very discomforted by all the rumors that I am hearing about these film companies going away from film production. I am a dedicated analog film person, who occasionally argues with the digital salespeople at Henry's, and I am becoming worried that my hobby that I have cultivated for the last 10 years will soon come to an end. Is film's future a shear cliff in a few years? I am trying something new, infrared B&W, and so far I have enjoyed the results. But, I've been told, Ilford is not making IR film any longer, and Kodak is getting out of the business. As far as the Niagara Region (in Canada) is concerned, no one has ever heard of Maco or Rollei IR Film. So I am stuck on where to get film. Everyone is digital, and there is no way I am changing over yet. So, my concern is, please tell me that there will be IR film, true B&W film, Colour Slide and colour negative film and most important, 120 roll film available for at least the next 5-10 years. I love my Mamiya and would not trade it for any digital yet. Also, I use Kodak HIE (35mm), Ilford B&W (35mm and 120 roll) and Fuji Velvia (120 roll) or Reala (35mm). I need my faith renewed.