Thanks Big Chuck! that actually looks like it came out awesome! Did you use a spray gun for that?
Yes, a very cheap one. I like to get the cheap ones from H. Freight, that way if I don't get them clean enough afterwards I am only out about $15. Sometimes you can get them on sale and use a coupon and pick them up under $10.
Just use them and throw them out!
I hung all the parts up outside on a nice day (back behind my sheds, next to the woods and away from the house or neighbors) on a line between two trees, used a good mask with particulate filters, and a small compressor (like for a nail gun).
Worked great, the KBS stuff is very forgiving, easy to mix, and cleans up with the right thinner (as long as you get it before it dries!).
I did use a very light coat of their self etching primer on everything first, and I think that helps a lot. Its cheap and easy to use too.
I like these types of paints because like the POR line, once they set up they are not affected by chemicals (gas, break fluid, carb cleaner), heck, I don't think paint stripper would do much to it. Pretty much have to sand or grind it off.