Help me come up with any other complicating factors I could have added when painting the interior of my RV-10 project today. I'm not sure I could have created a more challenging set of circumstances. In no particular order: 1) Painting outside under a tree. (Trees leak, um, stuff. They also drop trash and bugs.) 2) Painting on a 90F day. 3) While wearing a full suit, mask, gloves, goggles, etc. 4) Not remembering to buy enough disposable gloves. <Once a pair of gloves is completely full of sweat, you really need to change them or they start leaking water on your project.> 5) Using a double crossing, undependable, spiteful little spray gun. 6) Assuming that the T-storm a few miles away wouldn't cause any problems. (There was that one surprise gust...) 7) Did I mention being hurried by available light (or lack thereof)? All that said, the job came out an 8/10. The areas that will be prominent look good. The other areas have a coat of paint.