It is painted. I still have to do the door jambs and the miscellaneous parts that are off the car but it is mostly done. This was my first time painting anything and it turned out better than expected.
I learned quite a bit in the process. Chief among them - don't wear a glove on your gun hand. Your hands sweat and then sweat drips out onto the new paint. If you can talk someone into getting in the booth with you, it helps a ton! Managing the air hose in a small space like that is really hard without help. He can also help you find the spots you missed. Don't overfill the paint cup, it will leak out of the vent and drip on your car. I should have removed the wheels to make masking easier. The flimsy plastic I used flapped around and made painting inside the wheel lip nearly impossible. I'll have to clean this up later. I had to re-wet the floor about every 20 minutes because it kept drying out.
I did 2 full coats of base (3 in some area like the hood) and 2 coats of clear and used less than a gallon of paint. I have enough to do the trunk interior, door jambs and probably the underside of the hood too. Despite my very best efforts, there are still particles in the paint. Probably not enough to worry about but they are there. I bought a cheap little paint can pouring lip from Lowes and boy did that make a huge difference! With that, I got almost all of the paint into the mix cup.
I had never done body work before and I am happy to report that it looks pretty good. I can't see the repairs that I did.