Never posted pics but here are a few.
The polisher is great.
Hey, you have a twin to my S4!
Here are some tips on polishing. FIrst and foremost, wash your car, dry then clay. Remove all contaminants - if you have to do an acid wash to get fallout off, do it. You don't want to buff paint with fallout! Go to Ebay or Amazon and buy a firm pad with bumps (not flat) - most likely orange color and a softer foam flat pad (black or blue). Get some Meguiars M101 and M205. Start with the orange pad and M101. Only put four pea sized drops on the pad (evenly spaced), then dab the pad on the car (work only in a 2'x2' area). Turn your polisher on slow speed and move the compound around the entire work area. Then crank the speed up to max and with very little pressure, move the pad in either vertical or horizontal lines - move very very slowly to let the pad and compound do the work. Watch the pad speed - make sure the pad doesn't slow down! Make 5-6 passes, then wipe the excess off your paint with a soft microfiber towel. If it looks good, proceed to the next cutting step. If not, hit it again. Don't use too much compound! Just four pea sized drops. Finish the entire car, then get ready for step 2.
Next step. Use thea softer flat pad and Meguiars M205 - it doesn't cut as hard and you get a super nice finish. Do the same thing, four pea sized drops, blot on paint, then spread as slow speed. Since the paint is now very clean, you don't need to use as much speed - 4 should be good enough. I run 4 passes with M205 and again, make sure the pad doesn't slow down. Wipe with microfiber and check results. You should have a mirror like finish!
Final step. No joke, I use Turtle Wax, not some expensive wax. Buy a bottle of Turtle Wax Hybrid (green and black bottle). Spray only two full squirts on a panel (or 1/2 the hood), then wipe with a wax applicator. Go around the whole car, then wipe off with a soft microfiber. After one week, come back and hit the car with another coat of Turtle Wax Hybrid. You're done for at least a year! This stuff is amazing!
I don't recommend using M105 in place of M101. It dries too fast and can be difficult to remove at times. M101 is an improvement over M105. You can also skip the M205 step if you're happy with the paint after M101, but if you want that deep shine, do the M205. And shake the bottles before using - things will settle!