Random orbital sanders give a random finish, not a criss/cross patterns which can show through the color coat. If you use to much pressure or too heavy a grit, even random orbital sanding strokes will show through the color coat. For a simple preparation and a basic color coat, sanding in straight lines is best.
If the OP was intending on a professional quality paint job, multiple sanding and priming sessions with increasingly softer grit papers would be called for. Maybe you can give him a deal on the DVD.
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