If you are using eggshell, satin, pearl, or matte finish, or any of the other new-fangled sheens that are so popular now, and try to roll first and then cut in, its gonna look like hell.You know, I cut first.... then rolled for years. Now I'm finding it faster to roll first. I tend to cut in more than I need to when I do it first.
But I always do the trim last, and all at once. That way the brush only goes in once
Well that's just what I'm accustomed to. I've seen those that cut the wall into finished trim, only thing is if you use oil on the trim and get it all over the walls then not only do you have to wait for that oil base to dry before doing the walls, but you also have to sand the area around the trim where the oil got on the wall, if not youre gonna have seperation of the latex on the oil.I can't believe you old timers had the wherewithal to be able to cut in neatly after the walls are all nice.
YesP.S. Do you use 100% acrylics on the trim at least?