Hello all! I found this site a bit of a while ago and have lurking around it and of course rabbit holing through YouTube. First, let me say, unlike most of your folks, I am NOT an artist. When I was young, I wanted to be an artist but with no skills I ended up with circle templates, straight edges and ended up becoming a design engineer. I also LOVE taking a perfectly good car, motorcycle or boat, tearing it apart, spending a bunch of time (and money) on em and making them mine! My current ride is a ’65 Caddy Deville Drop Top that lays frame. Anyways about a year and a half ago I got into painting (automotive) and have so far only done small projects, some subwoofer boxes (that I made) and a couple of motorcycle tanks with pretty simple graphics. They have come out pretty well for a rookie weekender hack. I have a nice upright 60 gallon upright tank with a 6-hp compressor and an air treatment wall. That has been my latest crack-like addiction, started with one set of cheap spray guns (Devilbiss Starting Lines), which turned into needing a better spray gun (Devilbiss Finish Line), which led to another better spray gun, selling the first two cheapies guns and getting a better spray gun (Sagola 4600), then another (Sagola 4600) for only clears, then picking up an ANI R150 mini-gun along with a Sagola Mini-Extreme for more detail candies and pearls, then of course a full size ANI F150 for spraying flakes. And now I have been looking at some airbrushes mostly for shading using the automotive basecoat paints in candies and pearls. Most of my work will be on horizontal laid surfaces. But now I am lost as I have been looking at everything from: Devilbiss Dagr – I like the removable larger cup Iwata Eclipse HP CS – Seems like the cup is kinda small for what I want to do Iwata Eclipse HP BCS Siphon Bottle Feed – Now were talking… Iwata Rg-3L – Cant find any real reviews or information – decent (cheap) price Iwata Eclipse G3 – Now that really looks familiar! I can get a larger cup also but a bit pricey Iwata Eclipse G6 fitted with a siphon bottle or the optional cup! Again a little pricy Anyway, this turned into a little more than an introduction and I guess I should post some questions over in the Rookie, Beginner, Weekend Hack section!