seems like everyone is going to DIY it for the new year.. Here's another one, what's the most economical texture I can do? The deal is my neighbors suck, so I want to put up a layer or 5 of 440 homasote sound barrier, it goes up like drywall, and infact I'll just screw it on top of the existing drywall. My biggest concern is the finish, I think mudding and taping I can handle, but I'm not sure how to handle texture, should I hire someone to come do it? use that stuff in a can? or use a foax finish of some sort and act like I ment it to be that way? The first wall to be done is about 16'x16' I don't know if the texture in a can can even do that much. Home depot has a neat looking roll on finish, but it wouldn't match the rest of the room, maybe that isn't such a bad thing.