Yesterday Eastman Kodak announced that production of Kodachrome slide film will be discontinued after 74 plus years.
I can't say that I'll miss it. I shot a couple of rolls of Kodachrome 200 in 2001. The results were nice, but no better than I got from Fuji Sensia 100 or Kodak Elite Chrome. In addition, finding processing for Kodachrome was always a pain and environmentally horrible. More modern and environmentally friendly films rendered it obsolete years ago.
B&H is now charging $12 a roll for Kodachrome. $5 for Sensia or EC. The $7 delta covers the cost or processing and scanning at Penn Camera. You do the math.