Damn Kodak...They discontinued the two (Kodak) color films I used the most, K25 and E100S. I just picked up some E100G to see how it compares with K64 as a replacement for K25. (I wish I had a few rolls of K25 for comparison, but I've shot it all.) This comparison is a flower picture. I just had a few minutes to shoot, and did it all hand-held, so sharpness won't be to great on any of the pics. I was primarily looking at comparing color rendition. All shots were mid-day sun, difused light. Canon A2E 85mm f/1.8 @f/1.8 with 25mm extension tube, no filter. Scanned with Minolta Dimage Scan Dual III. Straight scans, full frame. In general, K64 seemed warmer and more saturated in the yellows and greens at 64 and 80 asa, as compared to both the E100G shots. E100G was very accurate with the purple of the flower, but seemed cold with all other colors. Shots at 80 seem to scan (on my scanner) better than shots at 100, but shots at 100 look better when projected. Although you won't be able to tell from these low res scans, E100G wins hands down in the grain department. I'll probably keep both films in my camera bag until I go digital Both film do a nice job with skin tones, although I do have to use a warming filter with the E100G. Don't have any pics for direct comparison of skin tones.