Long story short, in July I happily bought a CPO 2013 S. One of the specs had paint armor, which I was happy with as I live in FL where love bugs are super annoying and can do nasty things to your front bumper over time. When I got the car there was a laundry list of issues with the car, which have been resolved over 3 service center visits in 4 months. Not the greatest start. All of these issues were things which "should" have been caught on their CPO check. Eg, pano roof had a leak, both audible and water drip in. Trim was screwed up on outside slightly. B pillar trim was screwed up. One of the mirrors wasn't tinting, etc. Never really made a big deal over it because **** happens. Most recently I noticed after seeing another Tesla @ a SC that their hood had a very faint line on it. When I asked the owner what it was from... the answer is it was the paint armor ending, which showed my car did not have it. This is where I got somewhat upset with Tesla. They miss listed the car, clearly didn't do any in detail pre-sale inspect etc. There is nothing to "certified" in the CPO except the warranty refresh. Now Tesla has offered to get a vendor to come in and put on the PA kit, but I am not so happy with this for the following reasons: 1.) The car was miss listed (and slightly mis-priced) based on this) 2.) The car has driven for who knows how long without the PA, therefor it has not gotten the protection on it for the last 30000 miles 3.) I know nothing of this vendor, an if Tesla is getting the cheapest local guy, or what. 4.) How do I know what other aren't being truthfully told me (looking @ the P85D HP for example) In this situation would you simply take the offer for a Tesla vendor to come add the PA to your car, even though its over 2 years old at this point? Or would you ask for the monetary difference of the PA listed value (eg 500$) in store credit? Or just let it go. I am probably just going to take the PA and be happy, but I feel like if I never noticed I would have been screwed over for not having something which I paid for.