Thank you for all the replies. I figured it might be a neat experiment and I will definitely cross process some for fun. I don't expect to shoot anything serious with this stuff unless it really proves to be still of high quality. I was really just curious from a technical perspective what may happen to 10 year old E6 film.

Also, having been just let go from a job, I'm not being "cheap", I'm being wise. "A smart man learns from his mistakes, a wise man learns from other mans mistakes." If the failures are predictable, sometimes they can be turned into assets.