Digital is doomed.
The posts in this thread appear to focus on the US economic situation insofar as Kodak is concerned; Australia has avoided a recession and the worst of the so-called "Global Economic Crisis" (I never even noticed it), and sales in all products except computers (they all carry the Vista blight and are in the doledrums) are flourishing. Film cameras are selling well as I have spoken to retailers reflectively on this; both new and second hand are eagerly sought-after. One comment is digital and the level of automation is becoming too technical for many people and they worry about obsolescence.
In walkabout in the "big smoke" this week, I've observed that film availability as reversal and C-41 is fine: Ilford, Kodak and Fuji in all sizes except large format (questions remain what is happening in those sizes) quite readily available, though smaller retailers (even in big towns like the one I live in) have gone unashamedly fully digital (that's where the money is, of course) and will make people with E6 jobs wait 7-9 days (even then, they might botch the job, as they did mine last week, with disastrous financial penalties as a result).
The "economic situation" in the USA according to many analysts is not as well paced as, for instance, other countries (Australia, New Zealand, among) where recovery has been spurred by multiple economic stimulus and lower interest rates and inflation (both of the latter are now rising). I'm not going to get bogged down in economic analysis but the USA seems to be standing alone with a number of serious problems and it is hoped these will pan out over time and a return to stability will come.