Have found great differences between tinlets, colours and finishes [gloss, matt, satin]. The 'two thin coats are better than one' maxim generally overcomes problems but some shades have peculiar qualities.
I too have found 99 Lemon Yellow to 'lift' on recoat. Recent tinlets of 34 Matt White tend towards light grey after a short time. And gloss black tended to fall between the full gloss and satin finish.
But generally speaking, I continue to use the range as it is reasonably priced and generally available and finishes are largely as expected.
I've found the Revell enamels to be particularly good but they go on 'thick' irrespective of thinning. This shows, for example, with camoflague where the second colour can be seen to dry 'above' the level of the first colour when applied on top.