I do alot of custom subwoofers for my clients, most often to get the most use out of an odd-shaped space. Usually black is the color of choice, although I do have more requests for unusual colors lately (just did one in yellow a week ago). My problem is, I am usually a major perfectionist when it comes to the exterior finish, much more than the client usually is, and sometimes time constraints make it really tough to get a good looking finish using my usually technique, which is just a paint/sand/paint/sand type of deal. I am trying to figure a technique that will still give me a cool looking finish (not necessarily smooth) that doesn't take days and days. I thought about giving the enclosure a heavy texture, maybe just some random looking strokes of dry-wall mud, like I have seen in houses, and then giving it just enough paint to cover. I know certain laminates and vinyl can be pretty quick and easy, but that could limit my color shoices and really only seems to be able to be done on the more simple design enclosures. I have heard that cans of truck bed liner make a good strong texture that can be coated. Any thoughts?