I used control max with galmour 2, liquitex, golden, aquathane and giclee sheild 2. havent tried timeless 2 but from what i've read, it's like a thinned version of glamour 2.
Spraying techniques across all of them are quite similar. I mount the print on a large board (i use corrugated polycarbonate panels) with tape and set it up about 10-15degrees off vertical not unlike what beidron1 described.
using the lowest pressure setting on the control max, adjust the flow rate until it's just dispensing a thin fine mist. i use vertical oriented spraying pattern and do a quick 1st coat about 12-15 inches away.
the 1st coat is key and you'd rather have a thin coat than a thick one. i'll do a 2nd and 3rd coat consecutively, all the time doing quick, thin layers. be very careful not to to go too slow or get too near the canvas or bubbles may appear and screw up the whole print.
after the 3rd coat dries (about 30mins later) i start doing the 4th-5th-6th coats, which can utilize a higher flow rate to produce a thicker protective coat after your first few passes 'primed' the surface.
so far i've been able to produce wonderful 60"x90" canvasses this method after some practice.