I think it's fair to say that Calumet bought Zone VI because of the name, not because they wanted to extend Fred Picker's legacy.

As for Kodachrome, if enough of us film users were buying enough of it that it was more than .x percent of their film sales, Kodak would still be making it.

Kodak can't afford to produce Kodachrome for no profit, any more than any of us can afford to sell the products of our labors for nothing, whether it's time, prints, words, or widgets.

Neither can any of us afford for someone else to rip-off what we've produced to sell it cheaper.