Folks with high end pro lab scanners love Ektar because it scans so well. But if you have the regrettable combination of small format and an amateurish scan, you'll end up with some distinct color issues which I don't have time to describe to folks who haven't taken time to learn the ABC's to
begin with. I personally scan it only for previewing purposes for potential clients of particular images.
Otherwise, I print it in the darkroom, so don't have to jump thru a bunch of hoops to see what the
film is actually capable of. If some of you Benedict Arnold types want to come back to the dark side,
you might be pleasantly surprised too.