Well, it seems we finally know who's "running" Kodak in these times and who is behind products being discontinued...

http://www.schmalfilm-online.de/news...+8+massiv/1311

This article quotes insiders saying discontinuing Ektachrome 100D was a decision of financial controllers and NOT of Kodak itself(!). The same guys are telling Kodak to raise prices of Super8 negative films by 15% and DOUBLE the price of Tri-X in Super8. It really seems like they're killing off the slow(er) moving products and only keep those which sell quickly so they don't sit on a load of inventory which only sells off slowly... Draw your own conclusions - I'm just saying that IF Kodak were in a financiall ybetter situation we wouldn't have seen all of the products go we had to part with in the last months...