So I was always under the impression a higher solids content yields a thicker stencil and with that rational the emulsion would be thicker...I ask b/c I just switched from murakami photocure pro to ulano 925wr, the murakami was great but the shelf life was a little short for me and I had to throw out a bunch...the ulano has a higher solids content but it is much thinner than the murakami, I'd say it is the consistency of nestlequik chocolate milk before refrigerated. On the high side it has a much quicker burn time, but a much smaller window of under/over exposure. Since its on the same topic I have seen a lot of guys only coat the print side of the screen which in essence sounds great (use less product, faster burn times) but I have always coated once on print once on squeegees side then scooped excess with an old Kinko's card etc. to have a nice inform stencil...just curious to how y'all coat? Just figured pinholes would be an issue.