I've now gotten to the year 1711 A.D. on Marathon speed, and if you haven't already guessed by the title, I have some major problems with enjoying the late game. After colonizing and conquering over a dozen settlements I have a micromanagement issue, specifically with all the colonists and being too overwhelmed with where to place them. There are way too many of them! What ever am I going to do? So much of my turns are being bogged down with choosing where to settle them and how to manage each of their jobs. I should be a governor of a laissez-faire colony, not some communist central planner! I wish the colonists themselves had their own AI where they would automatically settle in colonies that have improvements or buildings related to their profession as well as settle in cities that have enough food/happiness for them. Just too much time is being wasted for being their brain.