Ever since we received our first Model S when it was first released, we've been helping clients make their S, X, and 3 truly unique and their own. One of the most popular mods we offer is vinyl wrapping, and especially chrome deleting. Chrome deleting is essentially "deleting" all the chrome that's on the exterior of the car and wrapping it in another color vinyl. The most popular option being matte black for a sportier look! Why Vinyl Wrap instead of Paint? Vinyl wrap serves as a temporary color change and because of that, it's also not as much as an investment as paint which is permanent. It's a great solution if you want to do something new and fresh without being a major commitment. Paint does look incredibly good though, especially if you're seeking a very specific color that vinyl wrap doesn't offer, like trying to color match another paint color or doing something really custom. Why Vinyl Wrap instead of Plasti-Dip? Plasti-Dip is great as it can also serve as a temporary color change. It does tend to have more of a rubbery, texture to it, which isn't always what a client wants. We do recommend plasti-dip for very specific purposes that vinyl wraps have a much harder time doing. What's the Difference Between Vinyl Wrap and Clearbra/Paint Protection Wrap? Vinyl wrapping is perfect for changing a color to something else you like, but it doesn't offer the same benefits as clearbras at all. Clearbras are made to protect and show your paint, so they are "suppose" to be clear (some brands are much clearer than others). Clearbras like ClearGuard Nano do much better against rock chips than vinyl wrapping and offer unique properties like hydrophobicity (water beading), deeper gloss shine, and self-healing. Keep in mind these differences so you know exactly what you want. At the end of the day, it can come down to personal needs as we do use all the above and recommend certain services for certain needs. Just pm me if you want more help. Hopefully this thread will serve as an idea board for anyone interested!