Usually when I am finished a show, I sort the timeline to show ungraded clips to make sure I didn't miss anything. However, if I have some shots that are grouped, and the color is done on the group post clip section, then these show up as ungraded when I sort the timeline.
Is there any way to actually show only the clips that haven't been touched?
I can see why it would still consider these clips to be "graded": there is kind of a grade, because with a Pre-Clip or Post-Clip Grade, you've changed the original look of the clip (though not on the Clip level).
I think all you can do is manually go through the entire thing and spot the uncorrected icons in the timeline, or (what I do) just watch the entire thing and stop when the color-correction is wrong or doesn't match.
I consider these clips to be graded - the problem is that Resolve treats them as ungraded. I don't think it should matter if it's done at the clip or post clip level - they have still been modified.
Not a deal breaker, just a PITA.
I do watch the entire show before I render as well...