As many others stated, it dries too fast, it doesn't spread well, and most of all, doesn't cover well. It was like painting with pudding.
It was so thick and just moved around when applied. It took 3 coats and it was flat in appearance (even though I got semi-gloss), rough and tacky to the touch after drying for 2 days, and when I removed the painter's tape after painting door trim, it peeled right off with the tape because it was so thick and goopy (seeing as I had to apply 3 coats to get proper coverage). Huge waste of time and money. I bought one quart of Sherwin Williams to paint a chair rail and baseboard and it was sooo much better to apply and looked great.
I feel like a fool because I thought going with Behr because it was less expensive than Sherwin Williams would produce adequate results. Pay the extra $$ and buy Sherwin Williams.
Product or Service Mentioned: Behr Paint.
Reason of review: Bad quality.
Monetary Loss: $48.
Preferred solution: Full refund.
Behr Cons: Poor quality and terrible experience applying.