...third in a series of my DIY Finishing saga. Backstory: Getting a Warmoth body, alder with a quilted maple top laminate. Want to do a clear non-glossy finish that's requires as little special equipment or infrastructure as possible. I'm happy with the idea of Wipe On/Wipe Off/Let Dry/Sand/Repeat ...anything more involved and I start to get out of my comfort zone. Anyhow, based on some cursory reading and youtube-ing I thought I wanted to use Birchwood Casey Tru-Oil. But after a trip through my local paint & hardware store I realized I could either A) go with Formby's Tung Oil, 2) go with MiniWax Wipe-On Poly, or 3) find another paint & hardware store that actually carries Birchwood Casey Tru-Oil. Anyone care to opine on the pros & cons of any of these three products, and weigh in on which would be your preference, especially given my inexperience with this whole wood finishing gig? Thanks.