In rifling through the millions of magazines my grandmother has piled in her house (ie. Sew News, Woman's Day, Family Circle - some of them circa 2006?), I came across an interesting article in the April 2008 issue of Good Housekeeping. The subject was great new paints (mind you, 2008) that the Good Housekeeping Research Institute had put to the test. I did a little research just to make sure they were still on the market, and these are some of the finds:
Subject: No-Primer Painting
Subject: Scent-Sational Ceilings
Product: Dutch Boy Scented Ceiling Solution II
Claim: Made with a clean, fabric softener scent that lasts up to three months (to mask the unpleasant paint odor); spatter resistance one-coat coverage.
Test Results: Most testers found the scent pleasing, and it delivered full coverage in one coat.
Cons: The finish is noticeably glossier than eggshell, so if you prefer a more matte look this is not your best choice.