I’m not a big fan of acrylic hybrid paints. They seem to offer a lot but in reality have a lot of drawbacks.
Manufacturers say that they offer a near oil like finish, which is partly true. But nowhere on the can will it say ‘no yellowing’ because light colours, especially white, will discolour over time. It will be less noticable than pure oil paint. But put a hybrid gloss in a room with little or no natural light and it will go magnolia over time. I know, I’ve done it.
Also, due to the oil content, brushes won’t wash out completely with water and detergent. When you open a new can the paint will flow well and wash from brushes. But the more air that gets into the can seems to change the product slightly and after a while that same paint will become sticky and not flow well, It will also become a nightmare to wash from brushes, and after washing with water and detergent you may need to rinse with white spirit.
They also seem totally unsutable for spray application. Careless use with an airless will see them run like crazy. And spraying with hvlp will cause the oil and acrylic to separate and give an uneven and spotty finish. I know I’m being harsh here as manufacturers of these products invariably don’t recommend spray application due to the oil content. But it’s something else that steers me away from them.
I much prefer to use pure acrylic paints for trim as I know where I stand with them.