Thanks for the complements Chuck, Rake and Pat.
Pat, I have never done any kind of body work before, but did a whole lot of research (googling). Yes, that slick sand is quite pricey..anywhere from $111.00 to $165.00 each gallon from the local body shop supply stores in the nearest city to me, but man is it ever nice stuff to work with. It is actually body filler that can be sprayed. I use a HVLP gun with a 2.3 tip. The slick sand won't come out of a gun with a tip much smaller than 1.8. You only have about 20 to 30 minutes, after mixing the catalyst, to spray and clean the gun before the slick sand hardens. Wait to long and the gun is no longer usable. It sands wonderfully and turns light grey where sanded, so the need for guide coat is not needed initially. It is tough stuff after hardening...even acetone doesn't touch it. You can buy it in quarts as well.
Some posts say you can apply paint right on top of the sanded slick sand with out going to primer after.
I have one light coat of slick sand on the whole body...started the blocking (sanding) process.....just hours and hours to go! I am pretty sure I will have to give the body one more coat of slick sand before final blocking before primer, base, clear/with sparkles, clear, clear, clear>>>>
Side note; I have been hashing the idea of covering the whole body with Armorthane, rather than base/ clear. Armorthane can be colored now. Armorthane is most often used in truck box liners...similar to Line-X.
Those little pieces of white paper are there to allow me to get the curvature for a small smoked plexiglass windshield.