I just finished up the interior on this thing tonight and will be tackling the paint in the morning. It's a white Lexus ES330 with that fancy perlescent paint. Here's a pic of the hood: The side panels didn't look as bad...looks like it's seen the brush wash place one too many times. I'll be going after it with a Flex and have enough yellow, orange and white pads to do the car. From what I understand about Lexus paint, it's usually fairly soft. I'm kind of thinking start out with a white pad and maybe IP or SIP? Also have 106FA, FPII, Optimum Compound and Optimum Hyper Compound, but prefer to stay with Menz. I have PowerGloss as well, but that would probably be uncalled for. So IP/SIP and white pad for starts and move to an orange pad if need be? Also, it hasn't been washed or clayed yet. It's supposed to be a high of 20 degrees tomorrow in STL, so I'm holing up in my old man's heated garage. Wash will be compliments of ONR. Any recommendations would be greatly appreciated.