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Joey, i too had the Meguiars DA drill polisher. Was decent but wasn't getting the results i wanted.
A few weeks ago i purchased a Griots Garage 6" DA from AutoGeek. I can't tell you how impressed i am. All my swirls/scratches are gone and the paint looks factory fresh. I paid $130 for it and its worth every penny. Much more quicker than the drill, too.
Just thought I'd offer some personal experience. Any questions feel free to PM.
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Polishing doesn't leave a coating. You aren't putting coats of anything on when you polish, you are removing the clear coat with a very fine abrasive to make it shiny again. After a lot of polishes you'd have no clear coat left.