Howdy and welcome to the forum! Always glad to see another member with a draft cross
Your boy is gorgeous! It can be really hard to critique a growing youngster because they can go through some really wonky looking stages LOL. The only thing I can see right now that I really don't care for is that he appears to be a little light on bone in his legs and he may be a little behind at the knee...maybe. Of course, it could just be the angle of the picture or the way he's standing.
He appears to have good angle in his shoulder, his back appears to be nice and short, his croup is a bit steep but it's not weak. He's got nice angle in his hocks. He's also got a good set of withers for a draft cross. You likely won't have to deal with the slipping and sliding with your saddle
As for his color, he's a bay or brown with a heavy dose of Pangare. Pangare is what makes his "soft" points so light colored. Most likely that came from the draft parent as that gene isn't terribly common in light horses. Not unheard of, but not common. The pangare is most often seen in Belgian draft horses and if the spotted draft was part Belgian, that would explain it.
He's one heck of a gorgeous boy and I would love to watch him grow up.