I had a weekend fling with my paint sprayer. We had a volatile yet satisfying relationship. It got the job done but in the end it couldn't keep up with me and started leaking at inopportune moments and making weird noises. I should've just rented a professional grade one for my fling. Live and learn. It will still be useful for painting the fence.
Anyway, it behaved a lot better today. It didn't clog once. I had only about 50 square feet left to spray and the valve started acting up. I was able to finish that section and put an extra coat on the back of the garage. I would've liked to put two coats everywhere, but it didn't really need it and it was getting late. So I acheived my goal of getting the walls painted this weekend. I still have to do some sections under the eaves, but those are fairly easy. I'll do them when I do the trim.
It was dark by the time I got the sprayer cleaned out and some of the masking removed. Now I'm exhausted but still wired. I'll take some pictures tomorrow now that the windows are unmasked.
I like the color. Somehow, it looks less green in bulk than it did in the small test sections. In some lights it looks taupe or grey. When I paint the trim, I'll see how I like it with just the primer. If it looks good I may use white for the trim instead of dark green.