automotivetouchup...I don't have the spray, but the two stage touchup plus clear and rubbing compound. I normally would use my own products after paint but figured I would use all of their stuff.
I have chrome orange, and as most know there are several different variations of CO all with the same B25 paint code. The touchup matches ok, but is very hard to fill small knicks smoothly. The two stage is nice because it allows you to adjust the metallic coat a bit, but I found my orange was too yellow no matter how many coats I used to darken it. The clear and rub means it usually matches the gloss of the factory clear when done.
I had a one stage storm titanium touchup kit from DR color chip previously, and had mixed results. Color matched better but it was too flat and very difficult to apply to anything bigger then a tiny chip.
'10 Chrome Orange Evora
3020 lbs wet, 285 whp, grins for miles