I finally got around to using some of these products and all I have to say is...WOW!!! I washed my dad's truck and in return he bought me the supplies I needed and I got to keep them when I was done. First I washed the car with this Rain-X carnuba wax wash I had, then I clay barred the entire vehicle (which was a bitch considering there was sooo much overspray from painting it was ridiculous, although I got it all off) then I used the fine cut cleaner, then swirl remover (these two got rid of all the minor scratches on the car and infinately improved appearance) then show car glaze, high-tech yellow wax and then another coat of show car glaze. I used chrome polish on the wheels and bumper, eagle 1 20/20 on the glass, and tire gel for the tires. It looked like it had just come off the showroom floor, except better! I was extremely impressed, I just ordered the medium cut and heavy cut cleaner to do my car saturday. Thanks Scottwax and EMSFirefighter for all the tips. Once I got that Mothers clay bar/wax for my Celica, and it looked okay, nothing special, but this is amazing! Thank you. Now for my questions. I ran out of my clay bar and I noticed the only way to really buy another is in that Mothers kit or packaged with detailer spray, is there any place to just get it by itself? After using Meguiars products with success I want to stick with Final Inspection as the detailer, I just need a clay bar...any suggestions? Secondly, with the fine cut cleaner, do I wax the entire car or just what needs it? I just did what needed it, but really wasn't sure---and when I get med./heavy cut cleaner: Do I do it in the same method as sandpaper? i.e. heavy, then medium, then fine, then swirl remover...or just heavy and then swirl remover? Finally, my wheels---they are stock 92 240sx SE wheels, and they have a green paint on one of them. I have tried Meguiars instant wheel cleaner, car soap, and even an SOS pad, nothing got rid of this. I even used the fine cut cleaner to see it it would penetrate the paint. The SOS got rid of some of it, but then stopped working. Any ideas? Or does it just need some more elbow grease? Sorry so long...just three more things: Those chamosis towels work GREAT!! I dried the entire truck so fast and when it got wet I just rang it out. I've been using these for a while and just wanted to throw out a suggestion. Secondly, when it says shake before use, SHAKE BEFORE USE!! I waxed half of the truck with the top watery layer of wax that was a result of the wax sitting on the shelf for a while. I couldn't figure out why it wasn't hazing up or even drying, until I shook it and it came out as standard wax thereafter. Finally, I got everything from NAPA, they had everything for very competitive prices and they ordered the heavy/medium cut for me for no additional charge, just the price of a bottle of each. Thanks alot, I'm looking forward to doing my car and seeing how it will look.