I gotta say I'm impressed. I also read that article about the $50 roll on job, and I think that's a project I also want to take on. My Camry is just a daily driver on a budget, not a show car, so $50 keeps this in the budget, and I can make the time for it. The results are impressive enough for me, and my paint is also faded in many spots, as well as pitting and rust on the door corners. I can take advantage and fix the surface rust and seal it and then paint it up.Today after reading up on some forums about the $50 paint job, I actually went ahead and did it. It was my family hand me down car and the clear coat damage was pretty intensive. The original color was emerald green mica but since I didn't like the Rustoleum greens, I went with black. sanding it down was took a while but paint the car went pretty fast. Here is pic after two coats. There are some orange peel and uneveness so hopefully wetsanding will help cure some of it.
I plan on wetting sanding and applying few more coats. I don't expect great results but anything better that the flaking white clear coat on the green paint.