Just thought I'd share a very positive experience I had with @[email protected] Note: Work was done before end of 2016 but I gave it time before I felt comfortable with posting a review. My best present for Christmas 2016 was getting to know Tim at Adonis Detail. Christmas is not about 'things', it is about people and relationships. Meeting such an honest and hardworking individual like Tim gives me faith that there are people out their that value their reputation over "one and done" transactions. When it comes to services, we all need a GOTO person. When it comes to window tinting and paint protection films, Tim is my man. I have had 7 personally owned vehicles tinted/filmed by various vendors throughout Orange County. Being a diligent Yelper and car forums participant, I have successfully found excellent vendors that I have no complaints about. While I had no complaints, none of my other experiences were remarkable even though I felt they would have earned five stars. They earned five stars because they did what they promised. For people like Tim, Yelp really needs a system where you can grant 6 stars on a very limited and selected basis. Six stars is when you way over-deliver on what you paid for. The vehicle that I needed tint and paint protection film on is a Tesla Model X. It is a vehicle that requires someone experienced with Teslas, someone with an already established reputation working on high end cars, and someone who works with higher end tint and paint protection films. I had a short list of about half a dozen five star yelp vendors/Tesla Motor Club references that I decided to follow up on to work on our Model X. I interviewed them all for materials used, pricing and my gut feelings/experience from years of professional vendor valuation. Two of the six vendors I already had prior experience with. One of them did Xpel film on my wife's Audi Q5 a few years back. Another vendor I tested with our Chevy Volt while the Model X was on order. Trying to find the right balance of price/reputation/materials I selected Tim. Driving a Tesla means you are not broke. Driving a Tesla doesn't mean you are necessarily loaded either. I have to hope I made the right decision when it comes to this level of investment. One extra consideration was distance. I'm coming from Irvine so it takes me 90 minutes one way. I was hoping my efforts would pay off. One thing about car detail shops is you don't "really know" who ultimately touches your car. While the business itself might have a reputation, you don't have detail on the individual workers themselves. With Tim it's not taking to a salesman. It was a pleasant surprise to find out that Tim himself does all the paint protection film. I like it when all the accountability is with one person. For the work, I went with Complete Whole Car Specta Photosync Window Tint (Windshield was done at Extreme Autowerks in Cerritos) Complete Whole Car Xpel Ultimate Paint Protection Film The majority of the work done was custom with few kits. What I especially liked was the attention to detail. Tim removed license plates and badges which necessitated a trip for Tim out to the Tesla Service center to buy new badges. I had Xpel before on my Q5 and the installer just cut around it. I recommend that everyone cross shop with other installers in the San Diego and LA area but in the end, I was very happy with the product and service for the price. It was significantly more affordable for me based on my research in the LA-> San Diego corridor.