I did a sorta summary of the last 6 months activities on Page 26, post 518, here: http://www.avsforum.com/avs-vb/showt...06#post3263106
The acronyms are there, but they're pretty easy to figure out. Here's a short list for everyone:
ME = Misty Evening, a Glidden paint that we most often mix in their Evermore Exterior Masonry Stucco base. "Discovered" by CMRA.
ME+ = ME+, a few varieties of ME + SM, Flat Clear Base, and Faux Glaze. Designed to be rolled in a one-coat application (for ease of creation).
ME+ Lite = ME+ cut with UPW.
SM = Silver Metallic, a Behr paint found in their faux/specialty paints section. #743.
UPW = Behr Ultra Pure White (flat) interior paint
SD = Super Deluxe, CMRA's improvement on the whole ME, ME+ craze. Uses plexi/acrylic as the substrate with SM on one side and some white mix on the front.
MM = MississippiMud, MississippiMan's attempt to copy Screen Goo for about $40 for 3/4 Gal versus a few hundred $$$ for a quart or two. Consists of Behr UPW, Behr White Opal Pearlescent (#745), and Behr Deep Base 1300. MM is sprayed using a High Volume, Low Pressure (HVLP) spray gun and a larger, oilless air compressor setup.
SD/MM = Super Deluxe + Mississippi Mud on the front. Again using one of the plexi/acrylic as substrate.
SD/MM LFS = Super Deluxe + MississippiMud Light Fusion Screen (Trademark pending
). Uses a Mirror instead of the plexi/acrylic as substrate. Described as having a plasma-like glow when you turn on your system. The current pinnacle.
SM/MM = Silver Metallic + MississippiMud for wall applications. A formulation MMan has been touting since around Thanksgiving to roll or spray directly onto a wall. Approaches the greatness of SD/MM but without the contraints of mirror/plexi size.
That's all I can think of right now.