Good mid-viscosity white with good coverage.
A little heavier bodied than the other Pro Acryl paints but not overly so. I thinned some thick Army Painter Matt White to around the same consistency and they had equal coverage. The P.A. paint was super smooth with brush application, and dried to a smooth non-chalky finish. The latter alone is reason enough for me to recommend it.
My 2 Cents
Since my first order from Monument of ProAcryl paints in July, and 2 subsequent orders I have found the paints to be of great quality and value. At 22mL ProAcryl are some of the largest bottles in the business at a very decent price. The paint mixes, covers and flows off the bristles and through the airbrush easily. Should you require to thin the paint any, there is plenty of pigment to allow any further thinning without diluting the vibrancy. A prime example of the line is the Heavy Titanium White. It flows and covers and flows off the brush better than any other white I have used. In almost every other brand the paint is so thick and chalky you cannot get it cover with a swipe of the brush. In the rare cases it does flow you have to try to use several coats. I have found the Transparents and NEWSH to be eye opening and fun to experiment with.