The "name thing" has been going on for a long time. I don't know where "Desert Sand" sprung from as a purported Case paint colour but I have an e-mail from J. I. Case that says they never used that phrase to describe any paint colour applied to their products. Desert Sand is an urban myth but several of the paint manufacturers have done a good job to perpetuate it. As BG pointed out, the main issue is whether the colour is reasonably correct. I use the term "reasonably" because I don't know if there is a benchmark out there to compare it to. Anyone who has been on this planet for awhile, knows that you have to be careful when you are applying colour to anything. As an example, wallpaper is manufactured in "runs", meaning that the factory "runs" X number of feet of that pattern and then the machinery is prepped to run a different pattern. Months may pass before the factory makes another run of the first wallpaper and it is possible that colour variances may take place between RUN A and RUN B. That's why all rolls of wallpaper disclose the "run" as part of the information printed on the label.Billygoat said:I would be leery about them not getting the name correct. If the name isn't correct, I would be wondering if the color is correct. On the other paint-"color similar"? I would just buy paint from a Case/IH dealer or have automotive paint mixed from an established paint code.