I've got four on the hull now. I'll flip it over in the morning and do four more on the deck. There's probably enough in the quart that I could do 5 coats total. One of the methods mentioned in the Bristol manual is to do 3 coats wet-on-wet (like I've done) then after letting it cure for more than 24-hours, to do a light sanding and apply one more coat. After this final coat has cured, it can either be left as-is, or wet sanded to 1000, then buffed with rubbing compound. I don't think I'll go to that extreme, but will have enough LPU in the can to at least do the wet-on-dry coat if I choose to. I plan to launch it next weekend.