Thanks, Chris, JLake-
The link should be working again (although evidently not fully functional due to an 'upgrade'). The Kool blue is definitely off-standard. I did try manually adding red and knocking down the blue saturation but decided, at least for the moment, to stick with what came out from PI's ColorCalibration and the saturation curve I had applied, peaked in blue since I just liked it better (but probably wouldn't enter it in any contest). I'm planning to collect Ha data which should strengthen the reds, as well as bring out the H2 regions. Got some last night but it's probably not usable due to being shot basically from inside a giant thin cloud covering my hilltop field site (Montebello CA). But I did see that H2 from this galaxy is coming from fairly limited regions, so we'll see if eventually the reds get pulled up.
I did use the new CosmeticCorrection Module as standalone (actually several different times) but it gave me bad results with lots of residual hot pixels, so I went back to the CosmeticCorrection Script which did better but also resulted in lots of residual hot pixels I had to clone out manually (hundreds, in fact). I don't really understand why so much trouble with this image, as I never had that much issue with residual hot pixels after CosmeticCorrection (Script) was applied. I regret I did not dither and plan to do that going forward to make sure this doesn't happen again, but I would sure like to understand what happened in this image. It was taken from a very dark site with long total exposure so the best I can come up with is that I was just more sensitive to artifacts coming from my ST2000XM camera.
Your feedback is noted and appreciated.