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I have use a metal product like that the # 701-B & 801-B it is for veneer plaster and it is well worth the time & money for a top quality finish.
 

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Most of the houses I painted in fla had drywall window returns. All they ever did was hang, flat tape if the edge was boogered, finish with joint compound and then I'd caulk and paint. I agree that an end bead would make the job easier, just not sure it's worth the added effort/expense.
 

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Has anyone used Super L Bead or a similar product like this so the drywall comes to the edge of the window? So the window trims out like this window attached.

http://www.trim-tex.com/products/overview/commercial-beads/j-l-beads/super-l-bead-archway/#1
Yes, I've used that and this http://www.trim-tex.com/products/overview/commercial-beads/tear-away-beads/super-seal-tear-away-l-bead around windows and also on flush baseboards. Worked like a champ!:thumbup:

Super Seal Tear Away L Bead

Use to seal around windows, doors, and where drywall butts up to a concrete wall. Gasket compresses upon installation to form a permanent seal that reduces sound transmission, replaces caulk, and provides structural relief at the panel perimeter.
 
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