Carnuba Moose Wax is the official name. Price is $18 for a 16 oz bottle. It should be on the website in a day or two. Anyway, the shop I buy Clearkote products from already got in a shipment of the new Carnuba Moose Wax, so I've already got some in my greedy hands. They also finally got some the car wash soap in which is one product I haven't yet tried. I've noticed the 'wet look' you get using CMW is more apparent on lighter colors. I detailed a tan Volvo S60 today, and after using Final Polish, I used CMW and looking from the panel I applied it to and the adjacent panel I hadn't, there was a noticable improvement in gloss and shine. I had my customer take a look without telling her what I had done, just which panel looked best, and she immediately pointed to the one I'd applied CMW to and said it looked 'wetter. I'm washing the Lexus LS400's that I waxed with the sample of CMW that I got to test tomorrow (the green one was waxed on June 10th, the tan one about 2 weeks ago), so the green one will be a good indicator of how the shine, beading and slickness are holding up after about 6 weeks. Something else I noticed about CMW-the bottle is definitely heavier than the same sized bottle of Vanilla Moose. I e-mailed Everett about the weight and he said "The weight of the CMW is due to the density of the ingredients. It has the highest concentration (amount) of carnauba and the purest in liquid form. That is what makes it so heavy." I did take pics of the cars I used it on, so I will post them as soon as I finish the roll and get it developed. Those of you who also go to Autopia probably have already seen this post over there. I know a few others also got the test samples and they were also really enthusiastic about the results they were getting.