After learning ElumTools, I found that one of its strong points is the flexibility and control over the visualization of the calculations. Being able to set colors to certain values within the calculation viewer can be an insanely powerful communication tool. One thing that I totally overlooked is that you are not able to do that for the pseudocolor setting. You are given either "pseudocolour" or "grayscale" and the ability to change the scale at which they're represented. If you have contours enabled that are a different color and scale than the default scheme for pseudocolor, then it looks off. Taking the control you have over the contour settings and implementing that for the pseudocolor setting would be an awesome addition.