I finally got the opportunity to try out Adam's Paint Correcting Polish. I've seen some reviews left and right, but wanted to experience it myself. I tried it out on two different vehicles: an '06 Mercedes E55 AMG and an '01 Ford Explorer Sport. The product comes in a very handy bottle. I like the "spout" on top that makes it clean and easy to apply the product to the pad. As instructed, I put a large "X" on the pad to start off with. The product is quite easy to use. Easy to spread across the paint on speed 4 on the Flex, then worked my way up to speed 6. Nice long working times and very little dusting, even in humid environments. What I immediately noticed is how SQUEEKY clean the paint was after I was done polishing. Very slick but also very squeeky clean. I hope you all know what I mean by that. The paint on the Mercedes was silver, so it was difficult to see a true before and after. In comes the Explorer. I had taken it in recently for its 100K maintenance and it needed new spark plugs and ignition coil, which means the mechanic had a great time really rubbing his JUNK all over the fenders. They were scratched to hell and actually the paint looked gray as opposed to black. The Adam's polish took it right out on a green pad. All in all, I would definitely recommend this polish. Reminds me of 203S as far as cut is concerned, just with a little less dusting. Oh, and here is a pic of the Merc all Swissvax's afterwards. Took some professional shots with my 50D.