Hi there folks. I got a little fed up with the tip guards of the Steenbeck Ultras getting full of paint and having to clean then out all the time so I sprang the wallet open and picked up an Infinity CR Plus. I love the extra features and the more open tip guards are very useful. I'm still having some 'noobie' problems though. I've been studying the art of real fire, I have the general practice worked out and I can lay some very nice lines, mixing over the colours is going to take a bit of practice and learning, but it's great fun. One think I notice with the Infinity is it seems to use so much less paint, or maybe it's atomising the paint better. But, I do get clogged up quite often and I need to know how to work out what the problem is. Am I getting paint sticking in the nozzle, is it tip dry, what do I need to look for? I've been playing around A LOT with thinning percentages, not overly scientifically but I've found a mixture that doesn't spot or splutter at all, and covers nicely. But I'm wondering if it's still a bit thick. I'm using Vallejo Air and V RC paints, using the Vallejo thinners and I've been adding a couple of drops of tip flow. I decant paint into small 'vape' bottles I found on ebay so I can mix up small amounts at a time. I'm currently running approximately 20 psi. When I get one of these clogs I can sometimes clear it with a couple of quick flicks of the trigger, sometimes I have to flush through the bowl. If very unlucky I have to remove and clean the needle and flush through the nozzle. This all tells my common sense the paint is still too thick, or it's drying up in the needle channel. But, I don't have the knowledge of months of practice to tell where the problem in. Any advise would be very much appreciated, without this sorted out I don't feel confident to move away from the cardboard and onto the lexan. Many thanks.