I have a recently purchased Model X that I’d like to have tinted. So there’s a few topics I’d like to discuss and figure out. 1.) Comparison of Tints. The consensus here seems to go with the Spectra Photosync by Prestige Films. It’s been somewhat difficult to find shops that deal with that film here in the Portland, OR area. Though one shop brought my attention to a just released Plus version of Xpel’s Prime XR. There’s virtually no information of it anywhere, not even on Xpel’s own website. I did write them an email and waiting back to hear more about it’s specs (I’ll share once I do). I did find this one recent YouTube video and if true, seems to be rather compelling and as good as Photosync. 2.) Cost of Tinting the Windshield. Originally I wanted to tint the entire windshield in Spectra Photosync 75 to simply help reduce heat and uv rays. But if this XR Plus is as good as Photosync, I may go with their 70% film (don’t believe they have 75). I was quoted $400 to do the entire windshield with XR Plus. What sort of prices did people pay to have their entire windshield done in Photosync 75? 3.) Factory Tint Level. So if I end up tinting the windshield and front windows with Spectra Photosync or Xpel Prime XR Plus, I’m tempted to perhaps go over the factory tinted areas (FWD windows, top windows, and hatch back rear window) with a light film just to improve heat rejection. Does anyone know the quality of the factory tint? The level of permissible light, and how much solar energy or heat rejection it does? It’s not gonna be cheap to do all of that glass, and seems somewhat excess if they’re already tinted. Has anyone done something similar, tinting the already factory tinted glass with a light film, like Photosync 75, to improve heat rejection? Thanks for the input!