Full disclosure I am a complete novice as it comes when it comes to painting, and had never painted anything before with with an HVPS sprayer. Project was an inside of a 18' aluminum boat. TCP was helpful in selecting primer (self-etching). Followed Zolatone instructions carefully and put together a pressure pot system based on that. Was able to modify a Harbor Freight $60 unit to 2mm nozzle following Youtube. Follow mixing instructions carefully do not over-mix. Paint went on as-advertised, doing 2-different coat settings. Looks amazing I'd say consistency is between thick paint and truck bedliner. Also, probably due to my novice sprayer set up but paint goes fast says 150sf mine was likely a bit less. It's still curing but seems to be hard as a rock and the different color splatter pattern has everyone impressed. Cleans up well w/ water if you get to it quickly but the spray cleaner didn't do much. One note I found was that it soaked through the 3M blue masking tape I used quickly so some other type of tape should be used.