And that's exactly what happened. The front part of this fender is very flat and smooth. Any thin areas of primer will be corrected when we shoot the car with the next full coat of primer.
The rear part of the fender will need additional work though. We have low spots and we have exposed fiberglass. Since we can't sand this area any further we will probably apply a thin coat of Bondo to correct.
There is a lot left to do including the door jambs, drip rails, hood jamb, window jambs, and everything below the center line. When we are done we will shoot fresh primer on the whole car again followed by more Guide Coat. We will continue this process until all the surfaces are flat and all the fiberglass has primer so expect several postings about guide coating. One thing for sure is the results are already pretty awesome.