Have been in the restoration business most of my life in one way or another and I apprenticed to a guy that was an absolute perfectionist. He taught me just about everything I know about paint and body but the downside is I don't think I'll ever be completely happy with a project - especially when it comes to paint. I always worry that the work isn't good enough, or I obsess over a little flaw that no one else will notice, but I'll always know its there. And there are so many little things that can go wrong... It also makes it really hard to just do something for fun, that doesn't have to be a jewel. Over the years I got a coupe pieces of advice from folks..."Know the difference between perfection and excellence", and "sometimes 'good enough' is all you need". It helps a little. Its also hard because with social media, every builders' photos look like a million bucks... Curious how the pros deal with this. How do you manage your own expectations and still get the job done? How often do you completely redo something because its not good enough?