Re: Better than Meguiar's Car Wax?
if I may add, if you are going to do the side by side comparo, make sure you don't mix the two products. Meg's has a video showing this if you frequent their site. otherwise, if you don't have steady hands like me after a full detail... you might want to use a non-tacky masking tape as a border between the two products then just remove it once your done with both sides.
with regards to which one's better, I usually tell people who ask me, different strokes for different folks. some brands may be better due to their pricing, some may be more "modular" than others, others are aio (all-in-one0, etc. etc. and it's all up to the consumer. sometimes (unless you've got access to high tech test equipments) to the naked eye it would look just the same. the same reason why people would ask you "why do you keep on waxing when it's still shiny" and stuff like that. In addition, I believe each manufacturer had different thoughts for each of their respective product models and leaves the rest to the consumer's discretion.
oh, and sometimes, it all boils down to user error too... i.e. even the best product can churn out the worst result if not applied accordingly. imho.
btw: welcome to the waxforum.