What I am looking for is ideas on paint booths or something of the equivalent. I don't plan on painting the ram I have now, but the next one I buy I imagine I will at some point. I also am going to repaint my 88 camaro after I do an LS swap in the next year or 2. I am going to potentially be repainting a friend's car soon, and maybe another one of my cars, so the need for some type of setup has become enough where I legitimately need to look into it. I painted the engine bay of my 87 Iroc around march earlier this year (then I sold it) and the fumes really were not bad from it. When me and a buddy painted my 88 a year ago outside on his driveway, it seemed much worse. Pretty much all painting jobs we do at his house because he lives outside of the city in an area where people live far apart and everybody has a bunch of land. I live in the city, where houses are pretty crammed together. I am trying to figure out some type of setup that can be moved or broken down with not too much difficulty. I saw online last year in my area somebody selling a bunch of panels they made that were in their garage, and at the top of some of them were I think something called HEPA filters, and he said they worked great. He set them up in his garage. I want to avoid fumes as much as possible. I don't care if it is outside or inside. I am moving in about a month and a half, so I don't know yet what my housing situation will be exactly, but, I am hoping to find another house with an RV gate that I can fit at least one vehicle behind, and have a garage deep enough to park my camaro in. I am used to just going to my buddy's house and painting whatever I want and not worrying about the fumes. Being in the city though, i fear there will be complaints. I think I will probably be ok if I go slow, because when I did the engine bay of my iroc I didn't notice any fumes inside my house or even outside much. Just curious to see what people are doing for their setup. It would be nice to have something with a roof over it. When we painted my 88, it turned out flawless. I didn't do as much body work as I did, but the paint laid down nice and so did the clear coat. And right when we were on the last coat of clear on the last panel, it started raining. So we had to rush to push it in the garage, and then we had to try and fix it. You can still kind of see water spots in it. I think it looks pretty good though.