Finally gave it a try. Worked some OP with a cutting pad. I probably got out about 80% of the swirls. Didn't have any heavier pad or compound. I wasn't really thinking they'd be that bad, but they were. Started out on speed "3" to get product spread around, then kicked it up to "5" to really work it in. This sound right? Still having tendencies to use too much product though. By the time I finished, my pad was caked over pretty good. I'd estimate I only used about 1.5 to 2 ounces of OP. Must be thinking back to working products by hand, because with a hand job (hehehe) it's so much easier to work it if it's slicker (more product). I'll give it a whirl again later on when I get a heavier cutting compound. But for now I'm pretty happy. Applied a coat of NXT 2.0 after polishing. Used a finishing pad on speed "2" to apply. Man, that stuff is awesome. After I was done applying and was removing it with a MF, I was thinking, "Wow, this stuff is pretty cool." After letting it sit for 10 hours or so, I was like, "WOW, this stuff is freaking amazing!" Super shiny wet look, and the slickness is way up there. Of course, this all could be simply because I've never really been into a super clean car in the past. Now that I see how nice it can be, I'll never have a dirty car again. Sorry, no pics. Was dark as hell when I finished. I'll snag a few tonight though. Question: How much product (OP) should I be using? The vehicle I did was a 1999 GMC Envoy.