This turns out great if used properly. Shake the can vigorously for a few minutes before you start and shake again every minute so you don't shoot all solids and end up with all black like one reviewer did. Prep your surface properly with wax and grease remover and a tack cloth, and start with a light, almost dry first coat so that the second heavier coat has something to which it can adhere; this will ensure your coats don't run like another reviewer had happen. It's not rocket science folks...just read the instructions.
My only complaint was that the sheen is satin and not gloss; that said, all of the products I've seen like this are flat or satin. An easy fix is to spray clearcoat over it. I did it and it came out great. I don't know what the implications are on guarantees or future removal, but mine came out great, is holding up well, and I have no plans to go back to the original finish. That said, if it didn't peel you could always just sand, buff, and polish back down to the original lens.
P.S. For my truck I did one light coat, two medium/heavy coats, and two coats of clear (light, then heavy)
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