sometimes even big corporate clients donít want MUAs when i shoot male manager portraits so i have do deal with reddish caucasian skin-tone problems more often than i like. i also use AP on a regularly basis for certain tasks which are performed better or more easy in AP than PS CC. recently i started to use AP more for skin-tone color corrections because the developers added the ability to use the curve tool with lab or cmyk independent from the colorspace of the image (only in beta version ) . i can now edited an image with cmyk curve adjustments while staying in adobe rgb for example, for me this is really a phenomenal feature because i always prepare files for offset printing and much prefer working with cmyk values. so working on some images from my last shooting i discovers that AP seems also to give superior results compared to PS when selective color adjustments are used to correct to much red in skin-tones. the AP result with - magenta and + yellow in the red tones give more natural results compared to similar corrections made with PS. the effect is very subtile but in direct comparison very visible - the PS result looks waxy and unnatural. everybody dealing with similar problems should give AP a try !