Ken;

No argument. Kodak is being wounded by a thousand cuts. This is just one more, but quite serious blow. Even if 3D vanished today, the inroads of digital MP conversion have taken place. The 3D fad came and went in the 50s with a whole slew of methods and pictures. And the gimmicks were the same then to wow the audience. And, it is due to fade again and come back again, but with 3D TV here, there may be a change that is hidden below the surface. I see quite a few people buying those, and there are more and more 3D DVDs out there.

PE