Thanks, Bart. I'm going by Lab readouts in Photoshop to tell me how off the color patches are. I'm assuming the gold tinted yellow patch is a result of WB for the Rosco gels or did X-rite change the pigment formulation for yellow to a gold color? My GretagMacbeth CC chart shows yellow as L=82, a=4, b=80. Your posted image shows yellow L=70, a=25, b=73 with slight variances between the three image showing the same yellow.
Thanks, Jeff, for the clarification on the history of the Rosco gels. Now that quite a few Cinema styled video footage is being recorded off DSLR type devices which surely have better WB features, is the Rosco gels still useful by and large for other digital applications or are they still primarily useful and functional for film only?
That YouTube video doesn't give desirable results but it's better than the before but then I never get before shots that bad under fluorescent lights with my DSLR anyway.