I will try with MG UQW instead to see the result, have it collecting dust for awhile.
What I did was spray DG951 AW and just go round and round in circles until it disappears. Don't over spray until wet like crazy or else it won't flash off or evaporate. Its much easier if you have an ROB or better still RB at 700rpm with finishing pad. Then when finish applying DG951 AW, just go one round buff to a nice shine with a clean cloth. Its DG601 PBA which is applied without buffing.
Then once you AW the whole car, then go through with DG105 then let it haze. I like to use 1hr, just to make sure that the sealant has time to haze and semi cure. It can be alittle hard to buff off if you leave it for 1hr. But hard to buff off is very personal. To me it is still easy when you compare with Klasse High Gloss Sealant which is considered very hard to buff off.
If you find a little hard to buff off DG105 at 1hr just try at 45min or 30 min interval. Also depends on the weather on the day. Very hot and dry will cure faster. Also it helps alot if you use a clean microfiber to buff off. An old MF cloth with stuff stuck to it will obviously wont be as effective as a clean one.
You must try the DG951 AW and DG105 layering combo. Sure you will be happy with it. Deep wet look. Then next time you can try layer DG105>DG951>DG105>TC.
For me I like DG601>DG105>DG951>DG105>TC this combo. Gives a nice balance between deep wet look but yet nice sharp reflective shine.