I will definitely get a bottle to try out! (based on your strong recommendation).
But I must say pics do not do justice to how a surface really look in real life. The unwaxed surface looks just as shiny in the pics. Ok, they drew a line and compared the NXT with a non-waxed surface, how about comparing it with a waxed surface with another wax? I bet there won't be helluva difference in looks.
Most waxes generally produce shiny and deep gloss, but the thing I also want is durability, being able to last thru' several good washes, rain, sun etc. This is why I say Meguiar's gold class sucks big time. So do many others.
Answer to dubumb's question, the replacement wax I found is something I posted in the car detail section here some months back. It is a new product with no big name to back it up. I strongly recommend it, coz' I was given a sample bottle, tried it and tested it thru' time, washes and the weather. It looks good, feels good and lasts good! Surprisingly too coz' it's not expensive, at about $14 a bottle. It's called Wattawax, but since there wasn't much response from the thread, I just decided to keep quiet and be happy with it myself. If you're interested, look it up at www.wattawax.com