I like the way it separates (manufactures?) green and blue-green tones in deep woods, while keeping clean greys. I remember my first roll of its predecessor, Fujichrome-50. I had some slides on Kodachrome, and being a cheap student, had bought the 50 at discount from a local store by taking 6 or so outdated rolls off their hands at once. I had thought that Kodachrome was kind of 'bright', but saw those first slides from the Fuji which made the Kodachrome look weak and undersaturated.
I keep some around, but treat it with the same care I do a plugged-in coffee grinder or hot stove.