Quote Originally Posted by polyglot View Post
While I quite agree on matters like colour accuracy, there is the matter of (negative) display materials having much poorer dynamic range (than chromes) because they're reflective instead of transmissive.
That's with prints though, it's hard to know the dynamic range of a C41 negative printed on say motion picture print film, the problem though may be the same as the problem for E6 though, because MP is moving towards digital presentation as well. There is an advantage there though, you only really need one emulsion at one speed which is fairly slow, so it can be produced in larger batches, and lasts longer in storage, then an E6 film.