I see that plenty of people are wondering what the new Kodak films are really like but not too many have gotten to it yet. I am still going through my last few boxes of older Tri-x and being careful how I use it. Maybe I will just switch to Ilford and be done with it.

Still, Kodak invested plenty of money into a new plant, just for B&W film so you would think that they see a future for it still. They should iron out the rough spots, like fixing Tri-X development times into a more useful range.