XtremeAV Quicksilver Gold alternative?

Is there anything out there that's actually comparable to the QSG? It'll be good if its cheaper too?

Thanks in advance,

The way to get less than the brush stroke Ozzy mentioned, is to thin the QSG's paint brush load out on the plastic spatula first, loading the brush with a thin coat. This lets you apply just a fine layer on the desired connection. I often end up with so little on the brush at times, I have to paint the connection several times to get just the right amount of QSG on.

Brian says that actually it forms an airtight seal that helps stop oxidation. I suppose if that is true that it would be variable on the amount used.

Of course we still need a great cleaner before applying any type of enhancer.

I use progold (sometimes deoxit first) then alcohol after to get off any residue. I used to use Kontac many years ago and liked it. Anyone still use it? I think it was developed by aerospace.
So, what positive effect are you guys getting with using the Quick Silver Gold ?
Increased extension.. the signal retains its characteristics for a greater duration appearing to come further out from the speakers while maintaining coherence. Increased clarity and detail all present after a suitable burn in period... in my case it has been two weeks since the first application to most points then a week later additional application to a few other areas.. Does everyone concur?
Ardri , Thanks for your point of view. That is why I bought the stuff.
In all though, using better cables with better connections and keeping them clean improved my system way beyond smearing silver paint on the connectors ever did.