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Id stick with SRP as im not a fan of the lime prime personally, its crap by hand IMO, id rarther machine polish the car once a year, and use SRP to fill the minor swirls that come from washing or drying, as for the Blitz, i hear its excelent, that jew named Ali told me it was good and he seems to know what hes talking about.
Any oil based prep product, rather than acrylic, as a base for a sealant may lessen durability, but the effect differs depending on the sealant. I did a 50/50 on a friends bonnet with Zymol HD Cleanse and SRP, both topped with Zaino Z2, and the durability from the SRP was noticeably better.
So, beyond the initial 'looks', I'd always recommend using something less oily than Lime Prime as a base for a sealant, based upon the above, and the general consensus from DW.
Oily base for a wax... acrylic/nothing for a sealant.
That said, a LOT of sealant will eat through whatever is on the car anyway to bond properly with the paint, so it could be that the Lime Prime layer is wasted anyway, unless used for correction, but then there are better products out there anyway...
As Russ has said, the main use for Lime Prime I have found is a decent correction tool, in lieu of SRP. Not seen an issue using LP->CGB->wax of your choice. Long lasting and looks wise I haven't found a better combo.