"I've read several reviews so far, and most being negative. Coming from a professional, this material needs more explanation than I think SW gives it. Resilience isn't advertised as a "fast dry" paint, but basically that's what it is. The "Moisture Guard" feature requires is to cure quickly enough to resist water within 2 hours, so it has to dry fast.
If you are brushing a door or some other smooth project, there are some things you need to know. FLOETROL is your friend. Floetrol extends the "open time" of a latex paint and also helps it lay down. I would not call Resilience a "brushing or rolling" paint when it comes to smooth metal or fiberglass doors. It can be done, but you are still going to end up with a slight texture. If you are applying it to a smooth surface, spraying is your best option. Otherwise, I would consider looking at Sherwin Williams SuperPaint. Again, Floetrol will make it a lot easier to get the paint to "lay down".
Resilience can be brushed, rolled or sprayed over many textured finishes and it looks perfect, but smooth surfaces are a challenge for Resilience unless it's sprayed.
This really is a great product, but you must be careful to keep your brush, roller, etc "wet" with paint. I once rolled out a porch ceiling and left the roller cover exposed to the sun for 5 minutes....I had to toss the cover b/c the paint dried so quickly."