I'm not sure how widely disseminated this information is, but Lexjet is currently in an awkward transition phase with their coatings. At the moment, and from what I hear, for at least another month, they are showing their Sunset Gloss and Sunset Satin coatings as out of stock.
From what I understand, they were having difficulties with the properties of their coatings after removing two chemicals from the formula for environmental compliance reasons. They were not happy with something related to the manufacturing process/reformulation from the previous vendor, and have now decided to commission a new company to manufacture it for them.
Personally, I noticed two issues with the Sunset coatings recently. I experienced extreme separation issues with the satin coating (and to a much more limited degree with the gloss, as well). After a thorough mixing, the coating separated to a water thin layer on top and a gloopy thick layer on the bottom. This wasn't an overnight process, but something that I could see happening in an hour or less. It never did that previously. On top of that nuisance, the gloss coating dries with a slightly sticky feel, even after curing for many days.
I'm sympathetic to the fact that Lexjet ran into manufacturing problems, but the fact that the company hasn't given professionals who depend on their products any notice is not a good sign from a customer relations standpoint. I'm sure that it's embarrassing to them, but it is far better to proactively own up to the issue than wait until customers discover that they have been blindsided by the problem with no heads up.
Just this morning I got an email from IJ Technologies touting that their Eclipse coating is "Not reformulated - Not changed - Still the best." I think the business opportunity for them was like a slow, hanging curveball over the plate for them, so it makes sense for them to capitalize on the opportunity. I've tried BC Glamour (no UV filtering), BC Timeless (less durable, more finicky to spray), Clearshield (it yellows over time) and Eclipse (a fine product). I prefer the build quality of the Sunset coating, in that it gives me a great surface that is quite bulletproof and a little thicker than Eclipse, but who knows what the new version of the Sunset coating will be like?
I may ultimately wind up switching, even though Lexjet's supply chain makes it far faster and cheaper for me to get here in Hawaii. I just prefer to make material changes out of my own volition vs. necessity. Grrrrr.