Oh and I should add for Bill,

ANother reason to go for tungsten as "daylight" was because I didn't want very orange candles.

By shooting 3200K wb in camera, the candles were still warm (usually around 2600K) but if I'd shot 5600k on stage for daylight then the candles in day scenes would be SUPER orange as would the light they would put out.

So it made sense to shoot 3200K all the time (dan and night) and make tungsten uncorrected the daylight colour.