The other thread (http://www.ktog.org/cgi-bin/yabb2/YaBB.pl?num=1175711868) was getting pretty long and I don't like to wade through a bunch of pages, so I decided to start a new one. Hope that's ok. This is not my original idea, but a genuine copy cat of the op in the original thread. I was kindly provided with the paint information. FYI, it's Testors FLUOR. Orange #1367 and FLUOR. Green #1362. After doing a little looking I was able to find it at Wal-Mart, in of all places, the kids toy section. I found it interesting that at the register I had to be 18 to buy it. Obviously not a problem. [smiley=laugh.gif] Paints were $1.07 each and I bought a paint brush (Testors #0 synthetic round) which cost me more than both paints combined $2.97. I'm pretty sure for a job this small a good paint brush is a requirement. Total about $5.50 OTD with enough paint to do probably hundreds of sights. I had to apply 3-4 coats of the orange on the front to get good coverage. 2 coats of the green seemed to do it. I'll be real interested to see how this holds up. Overall I'm pleased and do think it will aid is sight acquisition. You'll notice on my chrome slide the paint isn't as pronounced as the blued slides. Also my flash on the camera makes the paint stand out more than I think it does in person. Don't be too harsh on my pics, I don't have a $1000 camera to take real good macro pics, so I did the best I could.