We just finished painting over all the rooms of our manufactured home. It had hideous dark paneling, even more hideous wallpaper with tea cups & flowers, and popcorn ceiling. We invested a bundle in Benjamin Moore flat regal paint, and hired a local painter to do the work. It looks absolutely fabulous. We also provided BIN primer, which he used throughout. I can't tell you what a difference the lack of popcorn makes - We now have a light, wonderful, spacious feeling space. I researched paint colors extensively before going with them, so if anyone is after a good taupe, complimentary white for trim & ceiling, and some beautiful greens & yellows, let me know. Now I just have to tackle the tacky cabinets - they're also a dark, hideous fake paneling. I want to paint them white with a product I've ordered called cabinet rescue and paint the equally hideous countertops with a product I found called armorpoxy. The cabinet rescue is on its way, but I've yet to decide what color to paint the countertops. I also have to tackle the horrible pink trim & backdrop that's on the countertops in both bathrooms. We're getting laminate, berber carpet, and cool cobalt blue/white vinyl tiles installed next week. I have to admit that I was worried about the transition from our big, modern tract home to our tiny manufactured home on 20 acres, but I am becoming more and more excited with the possibilities. We couldn't have afforded 20 acres and a stick built home in California, where the prices are astronomical, so we are actually very lucky that we stumbled upon this manufactured home that no one else wanted. Now all we have to do is disguise the skirting - I already posted a new post on the skirting issue, but anyone with any ideas on what works, please post them. Thanks for your help! This forum has been invaluable to me.