I am waiting for my car to be delivered some time in the first week of October. I am exploring PPF options. In my research, I went to the XPEL dealer's website and found some pictures of what the dealer calls "full front end clear bra installs" 1. http://www.tvpauto.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/07/535462_10150782906633126_599356457_n.jpg 2. http://www.tvpauto.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/07/car-banner08-N.jpg More images from another dealer: 1. http://tintedimage.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/01/gllry_stngry_blck02.jpg 2. http://tintedimage.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/01/gllry_stngry_blck03.jpg 3. http://tintedimage.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/01/gllry_stngry_blu04.jpg If you notice, in both sets of the pictures, the plastic on the front is clearly 'noticeable' (not visible). Even though there is less light in the back of the car (towards the back wheel and the doors), it is clear to see the difference between the front and the back. In both cases, the front appears to have some kind of a wrapper. I don't much care about the shine but I do care about the plastic like or unfinished raw wax like look in the front. My questions are: 1. Is this normal? 2. Could this be the fault of the poor wrapping job, poor material (don't know if XPEL was used but I am leaning towards XPEL), my eyes or the camera that took the pictures? 3. Those who have wrapped their MS especially the front, do you see the difference in your cars? If so did you live with it or did you mitigate it? 4. Here is the quote I received from one of the dealers. Does it sound reasonable? He has done 3 Teslas (MS) Front bumper: $420 Full hood, full fenders, mirror kit: $1070 Luggage loading area: Included if I do just the front, which includes first two items. doors: $1020 Rear bumper: $309 Real quarter fenders: $709 I haven't yet decided whether I want to do the last 3 items but the difference in the looks between the front and back concerns me so I might bite the bullet if I do PPF at all.