I was referred to SEM products by no less than three people in the auto industry that I trust.
This stuff is very cool. The pieces pictured look better in real life. I am doing a whole interior, from carpet to headliner. The grey i used for these pieces is medium slate grey, and is slightly lighter than the stock grey late gen 2 interiors, darker than the 80-81 grey.
I recommend this stuff, I think it is awesome, I will follow up with durability if there are any issues.
most of the pictured pieces started out navy, the steering wheel pad was dark brown. This stuff covers really well, a couple initial thin coats was adequate. Two different SEM primers were used, one for the soft pieces and a different one for the hard . The hard plastic pieces required a prep that is specifically for "problem plastic" such as poly propelene which is what these hard plastic pieces are. It really doesn't even look like paint at all. In fact SEM doesn't refer to this line (color coat) as paint, but a "flexible coating"