I have had numerous rock hits on my windshield, and they reacted very well, I assumed because of the angle of the windshield. Recently we had a hit, and immediately cracked the passenger side about a foot, which grew to about 18 inches almost immediately. The hit was right on the edge of the glass, which is totally unprotected -- something I had never noticed on any other car. Most cars have a gasket around the edge at least, or even a metal trim strip. Obviously this is a design choice, probably to reduce wind noise and/or drag. So now I have to replace the glass at a cost of $1050, I'm researching protective trim materials in hopes to find something to stick on that will protect that edge, because it is just a matter of time until it happens again. I don't know how much wind noise will be generated (I won't hear it over the pano noise, so not too worried about that ) and I doubt I would be able to tell any difference in range. I'm thinking about something like the Door Side Moldings I used to stick on my cars back in the '80s to prevent door dings. Maybe something like https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00029XC7M/?coliid=IBLAAPJAHX1YW&colid=3T2S49TWHI1B1&psc=0&ref_=lv_ov_lig_dp_it Anybody have any suggestions?