I respectfully disagree. Again, a key component of the original paint job is the prominence of the purple. The black line in the reference is negligible, whereas it completely overtakes the purple in the Zeus. "Thin black line". Furthermore, if I'm telling you I want the paint to look like X, and you make the call that you can do it by doing Y, it's not really on me that the way you did it didn't work out. If it was a matter of being charged the extra $200 but to get the specific paint job I wanted, I obviously would have paid the extra charge - particularly since I OK'd the initial quote, anyway. I think I was rational in placing trust that the descriptor was sufficient. I'm not a builder or a painter, so I submitted the photo and relied on their expertise. I think that's fair.