I've used GW paints for years eventually getting a bit annoyed that my second Mega paint set had dried up, those new plastic pots are rubbish for paint longevity. so I decided to try out Vallejo Game colour, wasn't too keen on them, despite the similar colour range to the GW paints. I then decided to give the Vallejo Model colour range a bash, nice range of military colours but was always finding that some of my choice of colours were hard work to put through the airbrush and I want always keen on the Vinyl look so after finally getting to a position where I could get the RMS paints to the UK, I decided to give Reaper Master Series a go...
I now have the range of RMS paints which I use pretty much exclusively now and have the following full sets of paint collecting dust on a shelf:-
The RMS paints just seem to complement my paint style. I can control the fluidity and characteristics of the paint and a useful aspect for me is I can use the paint via brush OR airbrush, so colour matching is less of a problem. I might crack open the Coat D'Arms paints from time to time when I need to do a bit of brush dunking to get a lot of mini's painted for a game army, but it's pretty much RMS all the way for me these days.