I don't think anybody is truly colour neutral. Whether they realise it or not they probably are slightly biased to certain colours, or will notice crosses (or the equivelant) more quickly on certain combinations. I think we should drop the term and go for something that expresses general indifference alongside a vague preference for those who are closest to true colout neutrality. And I am aware I have responded to a fair few of your posts on the matter Kirjava, just saying that I'm not trying to be contrary.Things like this really annoy me, this thread needs to be closed or removed for spreading misinformation.
Many fast people have tried to switch for months and months and no one has ever succeeded. This thread has already convinced people that it is worth their time. All that's going to happen is they will try and realise that's they're still heavily colour biased and evetually give up trying to switch. Switching takes a very very very long time if you're already fast.
I made my colour neutral thread to stop this kind of misinformation spreading. This is obviously a response to that thread, and I attempted to stress how difficult switching was. Without evidence, the contrary to what has been observed to happen has been stated as if it was a true fact, wasting people's time.