Hello! During my prolonged suffering over what color to choose for my Model S, I spent a lot of time looking at pictures and videos of the car in various colors. For a couple of the colors, I knew something was bothering me a bit, and I finally put my finger on it. I thought I'd share. On the dark colors, like the Blue, the chrome accents really pop against the dark color, and they add a little "zing" to the car. Among these nice accents is the chrome strip beneath the doors, which echoes the chrome trim around the windows. On the light colors (white, silver, maybe grey), to my eye, that chrome strip doesn't work as well. I feel as if it detracts from the lines of the car. With a little Photoshop help, I tried a quick experiment in selective de-chroming, and I liked what I saw. It put silver back in play for me, and ultimately led me to choose white. So, on my white car, I plan to have these under-door strips blacked out, probably at a vinyl shop so that the tweak is reversible. Before/after photos below. Here's a shot of the Performance Pearl White car in LA by mdennick from his excellent photo set posted over on the Tesla forums: And here it is minus the chrome under the doors: Here's my own shot of the two silver cars from Palo Alto: And here it is with the chrome deleted from the front car: And finally, a frame from that Santana Row YouTube video: And with the chrome removed: I'm sure there are folks who like that chrome strip, and seriously, to each his own, but I thought I'd share my own thoughts on this in case others might find that it makes those light colors look nicer to them, as it does to me.