Sorry. We gotta agree to disagree on that issue. Everyone doesn't live in San Diego. Nor does everyone have a 14' ladder, which is exactly what you'd need to safely paint at a 12' height.
And tell me how it could be easier to have to balance on a ladder, lean outward and maintain a steady hand, move up or down or sideways with consistancy, change the level your at with every 2nd row, and maintain the correct distance and speed throughout the process. You just cannot, because such a method involves far to many variables and potential mishaps.
As far as room limitations, that's not to be as big a concern for the two following reasons.
1. If the room can hold a 10' wide screen, the screen can be painted in that room.
2. Using the Wagner presents far less of a concern about over spray. There is still a need to employ the common sense approach and ventilate and cover, but the lessened time frame involving the period of which the Gun is actively being used, combined with how it applies the paint to the surface "almost" negates those considerations.
And "Oh Boy"!!! Suggesting to anybody that painting anything such as S-I-L-V-E-R outside, what with it's longer drying times and the risk of flying debri becoming embedded, and the Boo Boo's one can create trying to remove even a speck of dust or wild hair, is just asking for someone to come back later with a real complaint about taking such advice.
We can't have that!!!! EVERYONE deserves to "Knock one out of the Park". far better that than getting your suggestions "knocked upside yer head", eh?