Has anyone done this via the service centers? One of my only regrets with my car was not getting either the carbon fiber or matte obeche trim. As I'm sure many are aware, the piano black is a fingerprint and dust magnet and scratches very easily. I've managed to take good care of mine but I'm waiting for the day it gets damaged. I've looked at some of the aftermarket solutions like some of the carbon fiber looking wraps/overlays, but I haven't been in love with any of them. I had my car in the shop last week and I asked the service guy there if adding OEM carbon fiber was an option, and sure enough it is. They would just have to order the parts and install it. Cost was about $1,500 for the full interior trim update (dash plus cup holder area) which is about $500 more than the factory option if I recall correctly. The difference here is in the labor. Interestingly, I was also quoted for the carbon fiber rear spoiler ($1,500 for that alone), which I was under the impression was a P85D- or P90D-only option. I'm curious if anyone has done this with the carbon fiber (or any other trim for that matter) after delivery by Tesla? If so, was the quality of work and final result satisfactory? I'm hesitant to have my dash ripped apart, but if the final fit and finish is equal to factory quality then I'm less worried about it. Any feedback is appreciated.