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Haha, that's awesome, and welcome to the club. It sounds like you're hooked, and this is where things go south. Soon hyper vigilance will set in, and you'll be noticing everyone's crappy paint at the stop lights. Oh, it's all fun and games until you want to start experimenting with polishes and waxes. Hiding orders from your wife, trying to rush home and get the Fed-Ex package off the front porch before she gets home. Perhaps I've said too much.
Klasse is a great chemical cleaner, but has very little cutting power. Start with the lightest polish and work up from there. M205 and an orange pad with the Griots on 5 should begin to cut into light swirls. If you're not seeing an improvement, step up to M105, orange pad then follow again with 205.
Dawn is a redundant step if you're claying. Claying will strip the surface clean as it is. Dawn is for the kitchen, not the cars. Any car wash shampoo and clay will strip it clean.
Klasse topped with Zaino is an amazing combo, I'm really glad you liked it. Sounds like you had a lot of fun with it.