The screenshot is on its way!
As for ICC profiles, that's exactly what PStill already does, so just add PStill to your PDF workflow. Even if your colors are not perfect in Create, you can easily map them to exact SPOTs or CMYK's in PStill's Color Management panel.
I am aware of this possibilitiy - but this adds work (imho) on the wrong side of the workbench. For i would have to adjust the perfect color in an entire different programm. And this for each project i do. A document-depended color-profile would make thinks a (lot) bit easier. Especially for the colors can differ heavy in different profiles.
You might consider adding swatches of the CMYK colors you need for a document to the bottom of the Color panel, and use those - however those are per user not per document, so you might need a few rows of them!
I assume that i have asked a lot more than i have imagined. As i understand the entire color-thing depends completly on the OS-integrated technology. This means you have to set up a complete color-well for Create. A real huge work. Does the icc-profiles depend on the OS, too?
Thanks for your repply
With kind regards