I have two kitchen make overs to do. Over the years my go to for cabinets has been BM Advance. I prefer not to use it on these jobs due to the 16 hour recoat time and 30 day cure time. I have used Targets EM 6500 with success as long as I shoot a urethane clear over it. Not long ago I did a bedroom set in Targets EM6600 black. I did not go over it with a clear. I have seen some slight wearing through the color. This would definitely not stand up to the abuse of a kitchen. I have heard some good things about Kem Aqua, but also read that it is for new wood only. I have read some have put it over old work after using BIN, but it is supposed to be sprayed over their surfacer for KCMA rating. These kitchens will both have new work doors and drawer fronts, but the boxes and face frames will be a re-finish. Another point I read is that Kem Aqua is prone to runs and sags on vertical surfaces. Do not know what the author was using, could have been an airless. I will be using a 4 stage Graco turbine and Fuji T70 cup gun. Any experience and opinions will be appreciated.