I have an upcoming project in which I will be installing about eight 6' x 5' interior wall murals. I have never worked with Phototex, but have heard good things about it so I thought I'd give it a try. I have a few worries I thought I could get some advice on. First, the knowledge I have gained from doing research is that this product will stick to just about any surface with no or very minimal edge curling. I've had problems with other materials in the past not sticking to painted surfaces. I know it has a lot to do with the type of paint used - oil vs. latex, matte vs. gloss etc. The walls I will be installing these graphics on are painted with a semi-gloss latex paint with a slight texture effect. Does anyone foresee any problems here? Secondly, does this job call for the use of a liquid laminate, and if so I have never used it as I have a Seal laminator. Would I apply laminate with a foam roller before or after install? I assume before, but not sure on the correct methods here. Does Phototex even need a laminate if it is an interior job? Thanks - sorry so long!