Yeah, I use the strong shade. It's really good for the purpose for which it was designed. Just watch out for varnish pooling as it dries (and be aware that any brush you use to stop it from pooling will be ruined, so use a brush that's past its prime anyway). If you're going to use this product you'll probably want to grab some matt spray varnish as well to use afterwards, as the Quickshade leaves a very glossy finish. Either the Army Painter Matt Varnish or Testors Dullcote are good; the results are very comparable between the two and the unit price is very similar where I am.