I wiped the dip-stick on the paper towel. Fluid seems clear/red, but it looks like something was on the dip-stick from the fluid. Gray. Normal particles which have an electrical affinity for the metal dipstick (all I could think of?), or issue?
The brown to the top/right is from the oil dip-stick, the red/gray are from transmission dip-stick, waited a bit before I took the picture (the fluid bled into the tissue), so went back out and wiped it again and immediately took a picture to show the color of the fluid better, that is the second photo.
*Transmission fluid changed at 70K miles, unk. previous history, fluid was red and pretty, then, though, did not pay attention to what I'm describing, now, could have been the same.