High Robert!

This is an older thread, but if still of interest for you and assuming you can get your hands on a roll, buy one.

First respool in complete Darkness with gloved hands to a smaller, bulk loader compatible roll at about 100 feet, freeze the “residual” main roll airtight sealed.

So yes, shoot landscapes in your SLR, metering and filtering as you would Ektachrome pro 100 daylight, process as same, and you'll not be surprised
This is valid with one exception, we are talking about a E100VS (vivid saturation). Good for Landscapes and everything that have a lot of blue color in, or need some extra punch, maybe not ideal for portraits. It`s not that deadly neutral as the ektachrome 100, pronouncing a bit more blue.

E100 http://www.kodak.com/global/en/profe...bs/e27/e27.pdf
E100VS http://www.kodak.com/global/en/profe.../e163/e163.pdf
100D http://www.zerelda.com/international...files/5285.pdf

The 100D is / was virtually the same product as the E100VS, except the slightly different sprocket holes and different numbers/bar codes exposed to the border.