Sounds like a good plan to me. You don't match a paint gun to a compressor though, you just buy a paint gun and have a good enough compressor to use it. When you strip the car start with a big puddle on the roof and spread it out. Think of stripper as lacquer thinner and wax mixed. When you pour it out you spread it quick and leave it be because the wax will form on the top trapping the lacqer thinner so it can do it's job. When you go back and mess with it you break the wax biuld up and it doesn't work as well. Once it's bubbled the paint use a big bondo squeegy to spread it to a different part of the roof. Once it has filled up with the roof paint it gets thick enough to hang on the sides of the car. I fold out boxes under the car to catch the dripping stripper and pick it up with a dust pan and reuse it. The stuff is getting so expensive that you want to reuse it when you can. I wear dish washing gloves with stripper instead of th vinyl throw aways. Have a garden hose and or a bucket of water right there to flush any stripper that gets on you. Wash off the stripper and I scrub it with a wire brush to remove it and paint. You've got to get all that stripper off or you'll contaminate your primer coat. Da with 80 and then move up to 120 before priming. All your mixing and dry times are listed on your paint cans. When painting, stay out of the fumes by staying up wind of your exhaust fans as much as possible. Wear full coverage clothes and go and take a good shower when finished. The paint will make you sick these days. There is much more togo into on complete body work and painting so you might try asking specific questions one or two at a time. Good luck.