I am starting all the block sanding on the body shell, and have a dilemma about how to paint the door jambs. I am going with a dark blue solid (not met) so I think that should make it a little easier. With either of the following methods, I plan on shooting BC/CC on the back of the doors before mounting them. 1. I'm thinking it would be a good idea to shoot the BC/CC on the door jambs, including the entire rocker, and use the seam that separates the rocker and the quarter panel, right in front of the wheel arch, as a dividing point. I don't plan on painting the car for at least a year, and I thought about masking off the rocker when shooting the overall BC/CC in order to paint from that seam up. In "theory" it seems like it would work, but I am wondering if I am making this too difficult? 2. Would it just be a better and more simple idea to just shoot BC where the hinges bolt up before mounting the doors, for now. And when about to do the overall painting, shoot the BC on the jambs, let it dry, shoot the entire car with BC, and then repeat the process with CC? It seems that way would produce no hard paint lines or masking to deal with. Never having done this, I am thoroughly confused as to what method would be best for a newbie .... any suggestions from the pros out there?