Oh... and if you didn't appreciate my cowpie analogy, let me explain... Most color neg films in the past
were deliberately smudged to create the complex neutrals resulting in "pleasing skintones" under a wide
variety of lighting conditions. The engineers did a brilliant job of this, but then over time have tried to
figure out how to keep certain saturated color clean. But at this point in history, you still can't completely have your cake and eat it too. Chromes still rule for hue cleanliness, but not for exposure
range. Ektar is making roads into chrome territory in this respect. But it can become dirty ("cowpied")
through incorrect exposure or balancing. Once the dirt is in, it can be almost impossible to get out.
So much easier just to correctly filter to begin with.