My preferred workflow is:
1.) Order direct from Kodak
2.) Process at cinelab in MA - www.cinelab.com
3.) Scan at Gamma Ray Digital in MA - www.gammaraydigital.com
4.) Grade and edit in Premiere Pro CC 2014
5.) Export to Prores 422HQ for upload to vimeo
Cash, if you'd like to try this workflow, I have a cart of Kodak 7219 Vision3 500T available. I'd ship it to you for $25 including USPS Priority Mail shipping. It's a fresh cart from my film fridge left over from my most recent (and last of the season) wedding shoot from a few weeks ago.
You can then ship it to Cinelab for processing for $18 plus shipping. If you ask them to and include the shipping address they will ship it directly to Gamma Ray Digital for you. I cannot be sure of the pricing from Perry at Gamma Ray Digital as I get a bit of a bulk rate discount. You'd have to contact him directly via www.gammaraydigital.com. You will have to ship him a thumb drive. He will ship you back that thumb drive with your digital file on it and the original negative.
Then you will need to use Premiere or some other editor with a RGB curve grading system to grade the footage.
This is the result of that same workflow, although mostly the fair superior Vision3 50D 7203 in beautiful outdoor light:
This was a Canon 1014 XL-S, but the 814 AZ and/or XL-S is actually superior in sharpness to the 1014, especially wide open.