Re: Would you paint again
In an effort to cut down on the paint cloud leaving your paint area, you may wish to consider a turbine sprayer system. Last year I bought one and it's a night and day difference between a standard air compressor driven paint sprayer, even if it's a more expensive HVLP gun.
I spray around 4.5 PSI for the regular primer and colour coat. Then around 7 PSI for the clear and any feather fill earlier in the process. At 4.5 PSI there is practically no over spray. At 7 PSI on the clear there's a bit of a cloud generated, but nothing as bad as std spray gun even at 25 PSI.
Plus you save a lot on your material, and that alone adds up really quick.
Another benefit with a turbine system is you do not have to worry about desiccant snakes (or in line dehumidifiers), oil or particle contamination from hoses.
Just a thought.