..and I should add, that Kodak's statement for TMY as a "replacement", mentioning a "very significant grain penalty" with TMZ, is just silly. TMZ @ 800-1600 has a VERY different look than TMY, and grain is really about the same, when properly exposed and processed. The emulsion has its own distinctive look, and it always reminded me a bit of old Tri-X. They maybe don't understand that is not simply about speed or low light situations, but about the unique look, grain structure, of each emulsion. Anyway, it doesn't really matter. PlusX was unique and beautiful too..people don't buy it, don't use it, and it goes ...just like many before.