Thank you for the comment on the website.
Here's my personal opinion about easy to clean airbrushes. You won't find anything much easier to clean than an external mix like the Paasche H or Badger 350 with a cup. I don't get it when people say they are hard to clean. Wipe the cup, spray some solvent or cleaner, pull the cup off and wipe the spout, remove the needle and nozzle, squirt some solvent through each with an eyedropper, wipe the needle, and re-assemble. Yes, the H requires the use of an allen wrench, but the whole operation shouldn't take more than a couple minutes.
For an internal mix airbrush, your 360 would be hard to beat. No tools required, the large nozzle just falls out when you remove the head, and you don't even have to unscrew the handle to pull the needle. If you want a single action, the Badger 200NH has interchangeable parts with your 360.
And, I also don't get it when people say a siphon airbrush with a cup wastes a lot of paint. I can put 3 drops of paint in my 155 cup and the first time I spray, almost all of it gets sucked up inside the body of the airbrush and is sprayable.
My advice: Take some time to learn to use your 360. It will give you much better control and should be ideal for painting lures. Practice on junk plastic. It really isn't that much harder than a single action.