Most of the install went just like the last one, with a few changes. I did the window blackout first thing this morning, applying two coats with about 30 minutes of drying time in between coats. I started the install process after lunch.
I thought about doing two adjacent beads of sealant, but after cutting the tip of the sealant tube about 1/2" below all the usual places you would cut it and improving my technique, I was able to apply a huge bead of the stuff. The bead was probably 3/4" wide and at least 1/2" tall. I would have liked to have taken a picture of it, but didn't want to delay the installation of the window. After all this work, I definitely want to give it every chance to seal well.
This time when I placed the window, sealant squeezed out around the edges of all but a couple small spots. I was easily able to add a little more sealant to those areas using a small putty knife. I don't think I mentioned this last time, but I bent the end of a small putty knife so it had a 1/8" long 90 degree bend and that allowed me to push the sealant down into the groove. Without removing the protective paper I can't be 100% sure, but I think it is sealed well.
So, now I need to wait for the stuff to cure before I can remove the clamping screws and apply the final beads of sealant and put this project behind me. I guess that means I can finally post about something else for a few days. Now where's the maid to clean up all the project mess?