I can see that you put a lot of time in to it, which is what it takes. Now that you are familiar with the time and process, would you care to share with the folks how many hours it took without the clearcoat. It may explain why people that do the work properly, don't take restoration work any more because the customers don't realize how many hours are involved. I wouldn't believe how many hours it takes to do a good job if I had never done it before.
If I did all 3 pf's that were in the condition yours were in, I think it would take me about 200 hours including prep, matching colors, repairs, but not the clear. That's a whole other job. good work! cheers, ron