I don't think there is that much problem in cutting down the rolls. The real problem is that Kodak does have no paper left for optical enlarging. Some people report bad, some good results from the new "digital" paper but there are very few examples seen. Kodak itself says that neutrals are cyan if skin tones are balanced right. And contrast is very high.
The "plain" Fuji CA, on the other hand, should still be "optimized" for both optical & digital exposure, and it works. Endura VC may be as usable, but the official information doesn't sound very appealing and we still lack experimental information.