Hi, Ex professional decorator, so usually just brush and roller as can get it done quickly to a decent enough standard. I need to do my lounge (5 x 5.5m) which has quite detailed panelling all around the bottom 3rd. My Mrs bought me a Wagner 590 for Christmas which planned on just using for little stuff in a booth in the garage but.. I am under pressure to get the lounge done so thinking of using the Wagner. When I did panelling like this before, it took primer and 3 top coats of eggshell (should have done 2 primer, lesson learned on that) to get coverage. I 100% can not be *****ed to paint this 3 let alone 4 times by hand. Is it easy enough to do? Watched some youtube videos and seems just a case of keeping it moving and the right distance & level with the surface? The main thing putting me off is overspray, as the flooring is solid oak which I have already stripped and Osmo'd... getting dark blue on that won't be funny. Going up is ok as will be over spraying onto the wall above and doing the matt emulsion after. Does the paint travel and settle as dust? Seen some masking rolls on Amazon which come with 500mm of plastic you can stretch out, thought of doubling this up - would 1m be enough to catch any over spray? Any tips or advice you can give? I am doing a mock up of the panelling with scrap MDF to make sure the Mrs likes it before letting loose so that will give me a little practice with the gun before hand. Will post a pick of the panelling below.