Hi all Having helped me with primer, top coat, filler and all manner of other stuff - here I am again for a little advice on what brushes to get. I've only ever used cheap and nasties, so I'm quite excited to try something decent. I'm looking at this set: http://www.amazon.co.uk/Purdy-Monarch-Elite-Pro-Extra-Paint/dp/B005ATZVHS/ref=pd_sim_sbs_diy_1 and wondered if they will be enough for all the following jobs that I have lined up for the year: - WB primer/undercoat and WB Satin on internal trimming in the house (windows, door frames, etc) - Painting our wooden staircase. Not sure yet whether I will use WB or OB on the stairs. Would they be ok for OB? - Emulsion on walls - Painting external windows/front door. Again, not sure if I will use WB or OB yet. - Applying oil finish to oak doors (although I guess I could use a rag for that) - Painting a concrete floor That's all I can think of for now! So, which jobs will the brushes be suitable for - and will the set give me enough brushes to do ALL the jobs if I clean well between uses and store well? Huge thanks Max (PS - sorry to hog the forum with so many questions - I promise to shut up and get on with the job soon).