C2 brand of paints. Anyone know anything about these guys?

Here's the long story.
My wife and I have been repainting an entire house the past year. We use for the most part Ben. Moore Natura paints and use CIL for trim or oil based requirements. BM is very expensive but easy to apply with my bad knee and bad shoulder, low voc's, quick dry time (1 to 2 hours), easy tool clean up and no evidence of peeling or flaking. Works with any of the cheap-ass big box store primers and holds the tint well even when sitting in a can for some time in the cold.
We've purchased all our benny moore paints from a particular store here in town. They've prolly gotten $600 from us this past year with another $600 on the way.
So I was in there tonight trying to purchase a sample pint for the next room we are doing. And the daughter of the owner tries to push C2 on us. I informed her that my wife will only work with benny moore just like her parents and grandparents before her. I also informed her that I like how it applies because of my bad joints and that If I' going to spend premium money of paint it'll be with a name I recognise and am familiar with. She took offence and claimed that she "would never sell" compromised paint. I told her I never heard of C2, and was not about to spend Benny Moore type money on stuff I never heard of and if she didn't want to sell Benny Moore to us, we'd go to the next town over and buy there.
Quick Google research shows that C2 is in fact a premium type paint that competes with Sher-Wil, BM, P&L etc and that buyers of this paint are happy. Quick Google research also tells me they aggressively pay dealers to sell their paints and are overpaying what BM and SW and the like pay their dealers. C2 is oftentimes sold in the same stores as BM.
So anyone in here know anyone out there that's worked with this C2 stuff? They've some interesting colours. Curious as to first hand accounts to how their products apply and hold up.
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Never heard of c3, and its not BM quality
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Look up the brand in Consumer Reports. On line or your library, whatever. Their testing is pretty close to real world results for the last 30 years or better.
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