So, under the guise that I needed a new tool for the house kitchen refurb, I got myself one of these. With her unwrapped and setup Got a few bits with it to, along with the 10 metre hose. Firstly, a water trap - And a inline regulator - these are important as air loss is made over the length of a hose, so even though the regulator on the compressor may register at whatever level, the level at the tool will be less. With a regulator just before the tool, you can open it all the way at the compressor and then control it at the tool. And a blow tool too. Oh and as we all know just how useful a tyre pressure and inflating kit is in the kitchen, I got one of those too. The main reason I got one however was for this bad boy. Its a HVLP spray gun (High Volume Low Pressure). It is just as the name suggests, creates a high volume of spray with a low pressure of air. It was like holding an ex girlfriend back in your arms again although one that has put on the pounds just a bit as the HVLP is a new one for me, I used to use conventional guns which wasted a large proportion of material. These are supposed to be much better. I just have to remember now how to set the thing up again... Its got a 1.4mm nozzle and requires 5.8CFM so this little compressor will be more than enough to run it. I think I will also respray the rear bumper of the Accord at some point too now that I have this.