I didn't work very hard on the inner side of the floats in between the beams, as no one will ever see those areas under the wingnets.
Below the floats have been painted with one coat. The next evening I painted a second coat.
Looking from really near it's easy to see the paint job is not a professional spay-job, but standing 1,5 meter afway it looks quite good in my opinion. The gloss is OK (see below), I guess it will even shine a bit more after putting on wax.
Below most hatches etc. have been bolted down. Don't underestimate the time it takes to install all fittings and hatches. There are a lot of bolts to fasten, and all rvs bolts in alu parts have to be insulated to prevent corrosion. I'm using a product named 'duralac', a sort of quick drying paint especially meant to insulate metals.