I did manage to get some models all primed and ready for paint.
So far, I like it. I haven't tried the Tamiya yet to compare it to, but compared to the regular primers like Rustoleum and Krylon and such, it goes on finer and doesn't fill in the fine details like regular primers do. You just have to be sure to shake, shake, shake the can to make sure everything is mixed really well. And it doesn't STINK as bad as some of the regular primers, which is a big deal in my book.
Here is the next "guinea horse" that I will be working on:
If you recall, I offered to very inexpensively paint plastic models that were prepped and ready to go, if I could use them to try my new paints and some new techniques out. This is one of the two that took me up on my offer. This one is telling me it wants to be dappled gray. I'm not sure how dark of a dappled gray it will be but I am leaning towards a dark dappled gray. Stay tuned!