anything other than flat touches up like crap. ive been a paint professional for 11 years. its noticeable if you try to touch up because it heightens the gloss on the area you touch up making it noticeable. flat is the way to go if you want to be able to touch up unless you are going to paint a full section then you can use satin
There is a flat/matt black TJ around my neigborhood that looks awesome. It has however been wrapped and the shiny black paint is still perfect underneath. Proper 3M or Avery Denison vinyl has several years warranty as well and is very tough.
2003 Wrangler Sahara 4.0 42rle D30/D44
Front: 2" BDS coils + JKU shocks
Rear: 2" BB + Zone Nitro shocks
Zone 1.25" BL + 1" MML, UCF LoPro
32" BFG AT on 16" Racing Hart
Ramsey Pro Plus 6000, IPF 900s 130W
Re-touching is very simple. Depending on the area, I use an airbrush that I use to paint my scale RC Tanks. I used 5 coats of satin black paint, and I still have about 40% of a Gallon paint can. That's the beauty of using a High Volume Low Pressure spray gun.