I've written before that Kodak is doing well to get out of the photography business, but bad by getting into the ultra competitive digital imagining business. Now there is this analysis of their medical imaging division, which I didn't realize existed. I don't own their stock and haven't read any of their annual reports. It seems to me that this would be a better strategy to pursue, as I think medical imaging is a viable long term business. Kodak should have the resources to pick up a few acquisitions in this market, and there is at least some relevance to their past business. What hasn't more been written about this?