I've only tried neon green and black. These are softer than sakuras, which make them great for the winter. Like someone said previously, the neon green is amazing, but you really have to use pressure, or else it looks transparent. I've had issues with sakuras when the temperature falls below 20F, they become brittle and hard, these work a lot better in cold temperatures. During the summer I prefer sakuras as these become too soft for my liking, at least for rougher surfaces, they're great year round on smooth metal.
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This is the most opaque neon green I've ever used. Nice and bright, however it's worth pointing out that this paint isn't UV resistant like the rest of the molotow line, which goes for all the neon colors. I picked up a can of painter's touch clear coat (can claims it's UV resistant), so I'll see how well this holds up outside after the additional clear coating.
Years ago I used to find these on glue spray cans in Menards, then they started floating around the internet as "Boston Thins." Really the best thin cap for rustos with the old valve system. A black rusto with one of these feels better than any fancy euro paint for thin clean outlines.