I'm one of those folks hoarding matrix film, which I hope will stay good in the freezer a few more years until I retire and have enough time to seriously dye transfer print. In the meantime I've acquired all the necessary supplies and equipment, have mastered separations and masks using analog dkrm techniques exclusively, and have worked out the protocol for wash-off relief technique, which seems a little more straightforward than tanning development. This is a process which has tactile appeal (especially if you make your living using a computer and are damn sick of it); but is also capable of rendering hues with a
vivacity very difficult or impossible to achieve with inkjet or other digital color printing techniques.