Give me a holler Ben, if you want to tackle the brushing again. It brushes completely different than epoxy. Not only does it brush on much faster than epoxy, you must brush it on faster than epoxy. And once you get the hang of it, you'll find it is much easier to get great finish with, too.
David learned his "tapping the Keg" trick through his 'sister hobby" of rod building. He finally finished a can of S8-1, original DN recently, and was very interested to check out the interior of his emptied can. It was clean as a whistle, no dried up topcoat at all. He said it looked as though you'd opened the can and simply poured it all out: There was no waste.
The best source for Bloxygen I've found is Woodcraft. They always have it and sometimes have it on sale...I think I've paid as little as $8.95 a can for it online, and it was when they had a free shipping deal too. If you have one of their stores near you, they may also keep it in stock.
Thanks Dean. I may take you up on that offer. I think the trouble I have with brushing top coats is that I don't know when to leave it alone. I'll see one tiny imperfection and will start trying to fix it and only end up making matters worse. And it's not just the DN. I do the same thing with epoxy. Probably need somebody standing there with a big stick to "remind" me when to stop. lol