Ah, ok I see what you're saying. The formController is what handles all of my forms so when someone hits submit on a form it goes to a method located in the form controller. The view itself is actually located in another controller, in this case the home
controller. The reason I can't do a View(Views.requestquote) is because the formController doesn't have that view. That's why I ended up doing the full reference by going MVC.Home.requestquote. If I were doing it the normal way it would look like this:
return View("../Home/requestquote", model);
I wasn't able to find something similar in the documentation so I'm guessing there's a strong possibility I'm doing something wrong syntactically here.
On a side note I really like what you've created here. Strongly typing everything makes it so much nicer. Thanks.