I noticed my right front panel protruding slightly, enough to find it abnormal looking. I pointed it out to my Delivery Advisor who without hesitation noted it, took a photo, and then added it to my Due Bill. Is this common to Tesla Model 3’s? Or do your panels come together more flush? The reasons I am even conflicted about taking it into the service center are several. 1. They could keep my car for weeks. 2. They could make the problem worse. They could scratch my paint or do other damage while my car is in their possession. 3. The appointment could be scheduled out longer than a week. This means I have to hold off on getting front PPF installed per an installers recommendation. It’d be a shame to drive around without PPF while waiting for my service date and get paint chips on my bumper. If it is common or if it’s something Tesla can’t really fix, I won’t bother. I have a couple of other due bill items like a protruding charger port and chrome trim misalignment, but those don’t affect how I time my PPF install. Interested in hearing any thoughts and advice.