Yes. I've read a number of accounts of the events of 1814. It was certainly a complicated affair. Overall, it seems to me that 1814 was a huge success for all involved in that Paris was not raised and relatively few lives were lost on all sides. The only real loser was N, which, under the circumstances, seems only proper. Calls of treason regarding some of the French generals only looks to be small potatoes in the larger view. N's luck had finally run out. He was cooked, doesn't really matter who stuck the fork in him.
I was just curious at how Caulaincourt's memoirs as a reliable source suddenly seemed to rise in the opinion of some folks when they were so strongly condemned concerning earlier events regarding N's cold-blooded plans for the invasion of Russia.