I'm not trying to salt your wounds, Hobbs, but I thought it might be beneficial to point out to anyone reading this what went wrong here.
Latex paint is very susceptible to the solvent in lacquer, which is lacquer thinner. Most anything that wasn't designed to have lacquer thinner as its solvent would have a similar reaction.
Common thinking is that you can coat over a cured lacquer based finish with water base, but the reverse isn't true. In some cases, vinyl sealer or shellac can be used as a barrier coat between dissimilar finishes, but typically that's between oil based products and lacquer. I've never tried experimenting with a barrier coat in a situation like you have, but imagine there's enough movement differential between the two that it's going to be a problem over time if not immediately.
I have sprayed lacquer over what I thought was well cured DuraTex and it seemed fine initially, but ultimately failed in a kind of spectacular way. Mike had the evidence of this, I don't know if he still does. I think he intended to strip and refinish, but I learned a good lesson. I may have photos but suffice to say I won't do a repeat of that performance.