Hey All, Taking delivery of my Model 3 very soon and I've been spending a lot of time researching protection options for both the aero wheel covers and a clear bra for the front/rear bumpers, fenders, hood, etc. I know immediately people are going to say "blah blah youre buying a 50k car so you should be willing to spend the 3-10k on a partial/full xpel wrap", but the scope of this thread is to solicit feedback for budget options. I'd like to stay under 1k for the essentials. In short, my argument against wasting 3-10k on a nice xpel PPF is because if I get rear ended or in a car accident, all that goes away and my insurance will likely not reimburse the cost of that installation which is a complete waste. That being said, I have SERIOUSLY been considering plasti-dipping parts of my car and I'm curious to hear anyone who has had experience with this: Aero wheel covers: I'm thinking ~4 layers of base coat of some thick plasti dip (Black Aerosol) and then using a can of the silver metallizer (Silver Metalizer™ Aerosol) on either the whole aero cap or only on the non-glossy parts (see picture) Paint protection on bumpers, fenders, hood, doors potentially: I'm thinking 4 layers of base of clear coat (https://www.amazon.com/Performix-11209-Multi-Purpose-Coating-Aerosol/dp/B000LNN11G/ref=as_li_ss_tl?ie=UTF8&linkCode=sl1&tag=joshwardelsmi-20&linkId=37eb31237c790388a007791d3384598e) followed by a layer or two of dipcoat (Dip Coat™ Protective Spray 32 oz) Does anyone have any experience using plastidip either as a clear protective bra or for aero wheels? Also, dip your car offers a solution called proline which apparently works better for clear protective films - anyone have experience with that? Here are a couple pics I've found on the web.. Lastly, does anyone have suggestions on a good ceramic coating I can apply on top of all my plasti-dipped stuff? Cquartz?