Time to let Kodachrome go, ghost. It's been kinda gone since they change the emulsion in the early 70s anyway. I deal with Kodachrome and Kodachrome people on a daily basis because my lab is the primary lab for processing this film now (B&W negative only). Yes...it was lovely stuff but there are so many wonderful imaging tools available now. While they don't replace it, they do balance the scales. I wouldn't want to return to a world with Kodachrome in exchange for a world without image editing software. At least with Photoshop, I have the control instead of the film designers and the companies manufacturing film.