I did one wall in the Palomino, very rich color. I rolled the first coat for coverage, there were roller lines but I didn't worry about them. The second coat I did with a fat "fence painting" brush that I generously loaded with paint. I started in one corner and worked my way out with the recommended cross-hatch method, I didn't have any problems with lines or tell-tale "x" marks and it went pretty fast. The key I think is to be carefree and just slap it on. One thing you should know about this paint, once it's dry - any touch ups are very noticeable, the paint shows lighter on the touchup than the original color. I did a window wall and had some condensation leakage in the winter time and it doesn't touch up - be careful where you put it. That was the only downfall of the suede paint.