Good info Pinto. How do laquer paints spray in comparison to any of the other paints available?
I have limited experience painting myself, but having been in the idustry, I learned a few things.
Laquer is probably the most forgiving finish, because you spray it light and if something gets in it (eg. dust) you can sand the area lightly and spray again. It also buffs fairly easy. Some epoxy (two part) paints, once you spray it, that's it, it won't stick to itself so you have to strip and start over. Polyester paints can explode/react violently if mixed wrong.
Automotive Enamel is reasonably forgiving and readily available. I'm actually going to use Krylon to paint my Strat for a tour... Flat white!
Hope you can use the info!