Check Rockler.com. The unit has been mentioned in several HVLP thread over the last few years. Several companies sell similar units. Be aware these are "bleeder" units where the air is on all the time. Much better than the pancake/conventional jerry-rig but NOT the same as larger true-HVLP's. Having air on at low pressure is better than opening up high-pressure air and blowing all over, but in better units air and material start at the same time with precision control. With a good GHVLP you can do work with amazing precision. So if you are planning on dong much finishing a real HVLP would be a far better investment - search for used "Capspray" and Titan HVLP's - if you find one you still need the "lacquer needle and air cap" (A smaller orifice tip assembly. The "bleeders" are one-size-fits-all.