TLDR–this is a fail.
It’s glossy, for some reason. I know that in a logical world. model paint would be glossy and we could skip the “glossing” step and just apply decals. I know that. But that world is not this world.
This paint also has a strong ethyl alcohol smell. Too strong for me. I know that Tamiya has the same smell. Right now, at this point in my life, I’m backing away from Tamiya for that reason.
This is a paint that one might buy in order to get “pre-mixed” colors. The one color I have (RLM 74) looks hella off to me…
This paint is a pain to acquire in the land of the fee and home of the brave. If it’s sold in a store near you, then fine. But usually, I like to see paint that I buy, in person.
Finally, Mr. Hobby paint reacted strangely, years ago, when I tried to overcoat it with Polly Scale flat. It had a classic “lean over fat” reaction where it “checkered.” It was the first, last and only time I’ve run into that kind of incompatibility. I believe this is same stuff.
In general, this paint beats Tamiya on many levels, and I can see why Mr. Hobby products are so popular, but I can’t recommend it. Your mileage may vary.