Hello! I'm a new member (just posted my intro) and joined to get some info on getting myself a 2nd AB! There's been a couple of threads here that address similar questions, but I did want to get some more precise info for my needs: I'm looking to get a 2nd AB primarily for spraying primer paints. I've been using a Tamiya rattlecan, and I've struggled with my lack of control over the volume of paints it sprays out... I primarily build 1/700 scale warships, and a couple of times I'd "erase" the smaller molded on details by applying way too much primer. So I researched what my options are and I think I've narrowed it down to 3 options: Iwata HP-TH Iwata HP-TR2 Iwata Eclipse CS with 0.5mm conversion. From what I understand, a 0.5mm (or larger) needle/nozzle seems to be the sweet spot for spraying thicker and larger amount of paints. What I'm looking for is an AB that can spray enough wet paint over relatively large surfaces. It would seem that the Eclipse, aside from it being a very popular AB for general use, can lay down a reasonable amount of paint with the 0.5mm conversion needle. It's also the cheapest of the three. I've seen the HP-TH recommended on here a couple of times, and while I'll know for sure it'll get the job done, I have a feeling it's a little bit overkill for 1/700 scale... although I think in the distant future I'd be doing larger stuff (1/350 for example). I've also come across the HP-TR2, and while it does seem similar to the TH, I can't seem to find too many reviews for this AB and was wondering where this one stands among others... I can already see myself buying several AB in my future, but for now, I want to get something that would be excellent for spraying primers, or even for painting a single color, gloss coat, etc. Thanks for your advice!