Plus, why would they need to restore a CAPS film? That just says "phony" to me... if it was truly the original coloring they would just take the data from CAPS and stick it on a disc. Like they did with Mulan.
Okay, this is where you all take a giant step back and say..."oh. Sorry."
The 1992 VHS and Laserdisc releases were not struck from the CAPS files. The transfer was struck from a film interpositive (i.e. a print of the film), using technology current at the time, and then this master was used to produce the laserdisc and VHS release versions with adjustments made for home video viewing.
In no way should such a transfer be used to accurately state what the original colors were on that IP, and anyone who thanks otherwise needs a good schooling on video transfers in the 80's and early 90's.
Now, the DVD Platinum release WAS struck from the CAPS files, as was Mulan SE, Pocahontas SE, Aladdin PE, Tarzan CE, Treasure Planet, The Lion King PE, Emperor's New Groove CE, Atlantis CE and Dinosaur CE. Can't speak for Brother Bear and Home on the Range, because they're so bad I haven't been able to bring myself to purchase them.
We're still waiting on CAPS transfers of The Rescuers Down Under, Hunchback and Hercules.
But if anything, the PE for Beauty and the Beast is more accurate to what was scanned into the CAPS files in 1991 because it was a direct to digital transfer...again, with tweaking for home video, just like the 1992 release.