TLDR: With just the test prints, it's 80% of what I want in a production-ready, professional print.
I just need to learn how to tweak it, and do cleanup better.
Here's some photos...
A little work with a toothbrush in the IPA, and the shiny side of the prints without all the lattice work looks good. Build layers were .025mm, or just under a thousandth of an inch per layer.
Print took 4 hours and 12 minutes.
Now to the post-processing, and where there's room for improvement...
I'm happy, but not ecstatic. Like I said earlier, I need to learn and refine my process. It's not just a Star Trek replicator that spits out parts.
But, it's cool, and it's mine!