Yes, I did see that. Nice for people who just want TPM as it would look without the pink tint but no DNR.
In short, I have finally narrowed down a simple yet effective grade method for TPM. As known, TPM was shot mostly on film so it doesn't truly have as many of the problems as being shot digitally. So it doesn't need such drastic filmic color changes.
So I've pretty much made it this my workflow in AE:
VC Color Vibrance (allows me to adjust the overall WB of an image more accurately)
Colorista II (adjusts Red, Green, and Blue Curves individually)
Colorista II 2 (adjusts shadows, midtones, highlights and ranged HSL)
Cineon Converter (flattens image so I can apply a LUT)
Apply Color LUT (ImpulZ Kodak 2283- this is what TPM was printed to for theatre prints)
FilmConvert Pro 2 (film grain and levels adjustments)