So, I've liked the majority of the Meg's products I've tried, hell, I'm even a bit of a Meg's whore, but these products don't deserve the space on the shelf. I've got a Polar White '06 Scion xB that is in pretty good condition, the swirls are very minor considering the almost 2 years of "dealership detaling" and dealer vinyl that was on it. I just got done with a ONR wash in my garage (God I love that stuff) and thought I'd try it out on my hood. I previously had a layer of NXT (1) on there that was just about shot, so I clayed and then applied the first step, the Paint Cleaner by hand with a Megs foam applicator. It applied like I figgured it would and honestly after removing, I didn't see any difference in color, shine, depth, or anything. I don't really know if I should have seen any difference, so I can't really comment on what it "should have" looked like. Then I applied the 2nd step Polish with a different foam applicator and again, I couldn't see any difference. All the swirls that were there before were still there. I made sure I worked the product in but no change in even the most minor of swirls. Then I end it with a coat of NXT 2 and was done. I think I applied everything correctly, just like the bottle said, but the polish didn't seem to do anything. I figgured it would at least have a small amount of fillers that would help, but I didn't see anything. I know the foam applicators don't have much (if any cut) but I figured the Polish would have some to at least help. I wasn't expecting miracles, but I did expect slightly more out of this product. The ScratchX that I've used has done more to remove swirls but I didn't know if that was something that was alright to be used on large panels. Just thought I'd share my experiences, any suggestions or comments?