I am ready to apply a finish to a coffee table built from solid mahogany. As a coffee table generally sees a lot of traffic, I want a finish that will be durable and will also define the beauty of the wood. The table top was done as a glue-up and has had the grain filled with Behrens water based grain filler. I have sanded the top with 320 grit paper and I'm ready to go into the finishing process. I originally planned to use Minwax Wipe-on Poly in Clear-Satin. I am not using any stain on the wood as the Mahogany is such a lovely color. I would appreciate some advise from some of you more experienced woodworkers out there.