Had a minor (though from what I understand, nothing is minor with Tesla body work) fender bender this weekend, my fault, so I'm responsible for my repairs. Quarter panel needs replacement, plus a little buffing/repainting on rear door. In the past, with other vehicles, I've used State Farm approved body shops and they covered everything in full, minus the deductible. The Tesla-approved body shop in the area is not a "participating provider," and I was told up front that I'd be responsible for the difference between the shop's labor charges and what State Farm reimburses, estimated to be $20-something per hour difference. I want to be certain the job is done right and this shop has worked on ~300 Teslas, so going elsewhere really isn't an option. Any words of wisdom from those who have been down this path already?