Recently I've been playing around with scanning and duping negatives as positives, and then converting them to positive images in my image processing software. Since this film has no orange cast, it seems that it will make the process of color balance easier. Currently, I have to get rid of a lot of cyan after the negative has been reversed. This is doable, but the reversal process usually results in a very low contrast image, which must be corrected using substantial histogram adjustments. So if this film makes the process easier, then great. If not, well I do have a lot of negatives I wouldn't mind having as slides.