I think value is where you find it, whether it is Krylon or RustOleum or some other brand as a replacement for Dullcoat. What I did want to point out was that most large rattle cans have a much larger spray nozzle opening that any od the Testors spray cans. I stated earlier about having to change the way I used " Chalked " as it sprays a lot more product on that the Dullcoat can. I have been " that guy " that has had a very good looking project ruined by some matte clear that clouded or had solvent trap in it when i was spraying the clear as a final coat. During my search for a Dullcoat replacement, a few of the things i wanted to test BEFORE every letting any matte clear touch a model. A) The products ability to flatten the appearance of the finished coat, B) Ability to withstand high humidity usage, C) Not affecting any decals or sustrates under the matte clear finish and D) Withstanding any supplemental masking during any spray process. The results so far are kinda varied but surprising. Yes the " Chalked " sprays heavier so I have to pull back on my spraying methods, however it flows well. The " Chalked " tends to flash off slower letting solvents out so that lessens the small bubbles you might see in a flat finish, thats solvent trap. Additionally the " Chalked " withstood masking over the top of it much better than " DullCoat". This is where I would have bet my money on " Dullcoat " but I would have lost that bet. I still have not tested how " Chalked " will affect any decals. I plan to do that on these two test panels after each has had at least 72 hours to completely dry. Below in the picture you will see the different spray nozzles and the red arrow shows where the " DullCoat " actually lifted from the generic masking tape used in the test. It should be noted that there was no surface prep prior to any of these clears being sprayed on the clear polished plastic. There being any large failure, I can still safely decant the " Chalked " clear and try it in one of my Sata airbrushes, minimizing overspray and over application of the clear. You can also see the solvent trap occuring on the " DullCoat " . Each was sprayed at 69 degrees F at 60% humidity. IF I could only trade the old " DullCoat " nozzle for the " Chalked " one, I think it would be a super great replacement for Testors. I am not schilling for any product, but I hope this information can help someone find a way around the highway robbery involved in trying to get some Testors DullCoat back onto your work desk.