Seeing the Evo-VIII detail thread inspired me to finally post mine. I seem to be a master of Subaru paint as of late. My last 4 details have all been Subies. But thats fine, becuase i seem to have found a really good combo for it that has yet to let my down. Anyway, new car, jsut a few thousand miles on it. The owners initial ignorance, and the dealer had installed a FAIR amount of swirls into the paint. It was so bad you couldent even see the metal flake in the pigment. The paint was also in suprisingly good condition contaminant wise. So i didnt have to clay. Then i did my usual Subaru paint recipe. Start with Optimum Polish ona Megs Red cutting pad. Then switch to Megs #80 on a Megs Yellow Polishing pad. Then to Vanilla Moose on a Megs Yellow Polishing pad. ANd then finally, for this car i used a sample of Megs #21 i got a couple months back, with a Megs finishing pad. And let me just say, WOW! Thats some preaty hot stuff. Of course its nothing like Acrylic Jett (which i will be trying out here soon) in terms of making the flake explode out like its on steriods, but it did really pull the subtle greenish blue metalic flake out of the Subarus paint, and really made it pop better then anything else ive used to date. But still left a good wet look on the paint like EX w/carnuba. Next quick clean up i do on the car, ill hit it with some VM again, then ill be doing #21, and topping with EX w/carnuba and see what kind of results those two layered together gets. Plus it left a really nice smooth finished surface, and much like NXT, LOVES to be spread extra super thin across the paint, and worked in fairly well. And of course, it all wipped of with the greatest of ease, as ive found the case with most Megs products. Anyway, here are the shots. I dont currently have any full car shots, becuase i havent gone through and edited his licence plate yet. And unfortunately none of the shots show off the metal flake. As we where running out of sunlight, and he didnt have his polorizer for his camera. And as it was his camera, i didnt have an oportunity to manupulate where the focus of the picture was taken, so i kinda had to walk him through detail specific photography 101. So shots like the direct sun on the hood, are way off to the side of the body panel instead of dead center, like i would do it. But, none the less, the pics speak for themselves. Enjoy.