I have tried to take some photos to illustrate the problem. I should point out that there is no issue with gloss or reflectivity, only in difference of colour. Although it's fairly obvious when looking at the paint by eye, it was extremely difficult to photograph the issue. Because of this, and the small size of images after upload, I have adjusted some level in Photoshop to make the effect easier to see. I include both the original un-touched photo, and the Photoshop adjusted one to more highlight the problem. To be honest, with you eyes looks more like the Photoshop images!
The first section I took a photo of is the right side of the trunk lid. In this section I drew a star with the Microfiber; I did not have to press that hard, but more than I would if simply wiping off after letting the wax cure. Original image first:
Then the Photoshoped version:
After this, I wiped an 'N' (my initial) in the left side of the trunk. Again, originals first, then Photoshop'd images:
The images speak for themselves, and the marks and patches are visible even in the non-photoshop'd files, they're just a little harder to see. Overall the finish is pretty awful, and I can't seem to improve on it.
CHz06, It's nice to hear that I'm not alone in seeing this. I'd be tempted to go and buy some paste wax, but I'm concerned that I'd be throwing good money after bad... Can anyone else confirm that they've seen this problem, and that the paste version does not have these issues?