Very interesting views on the integration of new color correction in Final Cut Pro X. The main criticism is that the broad paradigm introduced by Color Wheels has been thrown overboard, with the new concept of Colorboards is faster to look through for beginners, but for many cases no longer provides just the necessary control. I personally feel particularly unfortunate that the sequence of grading in the filter list can not be changed retroactively, and that apparently no motion tracker for the masks is available. However, it would be naive to assume that a complex application such as color could be completely summarized in Final Cut under the simplified surface. The fate of Color as a single application, there is still no certainty (it does not appear explicitly in the End-Of-Life list of Apple, however, was never a separate application). If one interprets the current strategy of Apple steps correctly, probably an afterlife of Color, however, be highly unlikely, since it simply depends on too small a niche market, as it has already been done Shake.