Please give us a way to re-link all project footage.
I still find it hard to believe that such a fundamental function is missing from an editing application, but it seems so in Premiere.
After you've done your edit and want to color-correct the footage you used, the Premiere Project Manager makes it pretty easy to gather all of the used source files and copy them to a new directory. Great!
So you bring all those clips into your CC application (let's say Resolve), color-correct them, and then render them all out with the exact same filenames, resolution, and durations.
There appears to be no way to redirect your Premiere project to the color-corrected files. WTF? So you go through this hokey routine of trying to hide the original files from Premiere (by moving them to another volume, renaming the directory, whatever) to force Premiere to let you relink... which doesn't always work and isn't a production-worthy tactic in the first place.
Same goes for audio files that you've worked on in a DAW.
I don't understand how a mature product (or ANY editing product, really) can lack such a fundamental and important function.