Greg, I just saw your post, but, I am glad you found that part of the answer already.
My intent is to use the Stynlyrez primer 100% of the time,,,,,,,,,I like this Gray bottle so much that I intend to buy their largest bottle of White and use that for the bottom of my USN models.
but, before I bought it, I already had the Alclad and the AK interactive. I have about 10 others, also. I will use the Alclad and the AK if I find myself in between orders if I run out of the Stynlyrez.
I *have* to build and paint indoors these days,,,,,,,unless I want to take the Alclad out on the porch and spray that out there. And I did that for a few years back in the day, and already know all the wonderful model ruining things that can happen when spraying paint out in the open, lol. I just can't make myself throw out all the primers that I have purchased in my search for one that I can use and that I like.
I have a sort of "get out of 'smell jail' free card" to use the very fine Surfacer-Primers that came in jars, but that is because we had to agree to use putties indoors, as long as they get used as sparingly as possible.
Plus, they are each useful FS Grays when they dry. (both Mr Surfacer 1000 and Mr PrimerSurfacer 1000 smell like the best tradition of Lacquer/Enamel based hobby products)
I would be interested in knowing if anyone learned how to get the Vallejo PolyUrethane primers to go on and not shrink quite so much into a "paint membrane" on their models. I bought the big tall bottles of their Gray and their White, in addition to a smaller bottle of their Olive Drab,,,,,and I would like to use them at least as paint, instead of just as a method of holding the paint rack down.