It might be a while for a review with the Bonnie as I'm going to concentrate on the convertible for now since it hasn't been polished at all yet. I did a test on the Bonnie'* trunk last night with the Optimum Hyper Compound I had been using, and it blew that stuff away. I went back over it tonight and did the entire trunk, and it looks amazing!! I used my Porter Cable and a 5.5" LC low profile orange pad and the Super Intensive Polish. Prior, I had used the Hyper Compound twice with an orange pad and still had scratches. But the SIP totally removed about 95% of the scratches and swirls, but left some light micromarring due to the aggressiveness. Then I went over it with Menzerna'* Micro Polish on a LC white pad and it came out nearly perfect outside of a couple heavier scratches.
This polish is said to be the best there is right now, and is marketed for the really hard clears like the ceramiclears on cars like the Mercedes Benz lineup. The polishes that Autogeek sells is the German line, but there are other places that sell a US line which is similar, but are actually different polishes. It gets very confusing. They also have another polish, 106ff that is supposed to be the best because it will take out pretty heavy defects, but finish down perfect in one polish. But that stuff was $50 for 32 oz, which was a bit rich for me. The SIP and Micro Polish look to be a great 1-2 punch for me.
Here is a post I did last night doing my little test comparison. Not the best pics being at night, but it will give a little glimpse of the results.