I'm not sure I understand your first question, but I'll give my 2 cents on the second...
Testors vs Krylon Fusion:
Pros: cheap, easily available in most areas, available in bottles or spray cans, available in a large variety of colors, available as both acrylics and enamels.
Cons: Average durability, contents of bottles dry out pretty darn fast.
Pros: chemically bonds with plastic and is one of the most durable paints (on plastics) out there, available in large spray cans, paint finish beats Testors/Tamiya paints in general if sprayed on properly.
Cons: Limited range of colors available, not available in bottles for hand-brushing, only available in enamels.
Take your pick from there. Testors is definitely more "convenient" in most aspects; but if Krylon Fusion has the color you need, it's by far the best way to go.
Thanks that helped alot! :thumb
In my first question I think I was asking what krylon fusion looks like.