Does Tamiya Yellow cap Laquer Thinner have Leveler/Retarder in it? in Model Building Questions and Answers Posted May 29, 2020 1 hour ago, Dave G. said: If you tend to shoot with the nozzle fairly closed down you may not see much difference between the nozzles. Opened up and if you have sufficient airflow it should be noticeable, if in no other way than over spray and the volume of paint going down in your cup or bottle. That #5 can be a guzzler in particular.. And if you mostly shoot it fairly closed down then it may not matter to you anyway.. If you're happy as is go for it !! Additionally with full disclosure here, I've been using the H with the #1 tip lately myself. My #3 tip packing has loosened up so it hesitates ( air leak). A little bees wax works but rather than mess with it I just switched to the #1. Been getting along with it fine but the fine mist end of the threads has it cut off quicker than with the 3. That #1 tip would be great with a more gradual needle imo. Course if I really want that I have the very elderly Badger 200. Yeah, I think that is my main problem.. I don't open it up enough. I usually try for halfway to maybe slightly under. Next time I'm going to use #3 (on my test bodies) and somewhere around 75% open.