Well it's pretty damn premature to be stampeded into panic for me. E6 and C41 developing are readily available in this area for any format film, so I feel no need to add yet another chore to my darkroom work. I have enough sheet film in the freezer for about a decade of serious work, and far
more old shots than I'll ever have time to print. But if either of these types of chemisty falls out of
favor commercially some day, don't expect mere hobby amounts to stay in production for long either.
Still, it's the horse I'm betting on. Most latest and greatest digital gear will probably be obsolete and
unservicable first, and need to be repurchased on a frequent basis. And I just don't like the look of
inkjets, at least for my own images.