Hi, I promised a couple of people that I would share photos of the wrapped car. I don't have a final beautiful photo with a nice back drop but I'm including a couple of pictures where the car is partially wrapped in the shop so people can see the difference (or lack of difference) as well as a few pictures of the car when I picked it up (before I took it through the slushy streets of Calgary's melting snow). I will also provide a picture of the dirty car, and post touch less wash to provide comparison. It's difficult with comparative pictures of this car to get the right light conditions as it looks so different in different lights. Next week the wrap shop is giving me a free check-up and re-wash so I'll probably "wrap up" this thread with a nicely posed picture taken somewhere picture worthy. The bottom line is that the car looks great and I love the peace of mind that it gives me. Having spent more than double the most I've ever spent on a car before, I feel this was a good investment. I guess time will tell. I've already (unfortunately) benefitted from this slightly. I opened my trunk in a low ceiling parkade while showing my mother the car, and before I realized, the carbon fiber spoiler had impacted the ceiling :cursing: Maybe the CF would have survived anyway but they had wrapped the surface and I just wiped the dust off and it looks fine. For any local owners, this company was top notch. The car took a bit longer than planned but I delivered it to them about 4 days later than originally scheduled (I changed the date twice on them) and one of their principal wrappers had a family holiday booked. Another of their wrappers was alternating time with a local Ferrari dealer and the third guy came down with a 104 degree fever about 2 days in. Their office manager was clearly pretty sick too so I have no reason to believe I was getting the run-around and they let me visit it daily (and gave me updates) throughout. The owner came back on the day that I was originally going to take delivery and inspected it thoroughly - resulting in re-doing a couple of pieces. As you will see in some of the final pictures they put the red decals on for me (and on the summer tires), installed my new floor mats and had washed and detailed it for pickup. I'm not sure if the detailing would have been included or was to make up for the delay but they also gave me some discounting. All around I'm pretty impressed so far though of course if I have any problems, how they respond to problems will factor into my opinion. So far they have offered to fix any problems I have whatsoever. Pictures to follow... - - - Updated - - - These pics show views of the car in partially wrapped state. In some cases you can see the edges that have not yet been wrapped around. I have previously wondered if the wrap causes photographs to look different and in some of these pics I felt that the wrap looked odd; however, when you compare the wrapped and non-wrapped pieces, they look identical (to me). You be the judge. The front quarter panel is wrapped, the door is not. Here again the front quarter panel is wrapped but the door is not. - - - Updated - - - The fully wrapped hood. Closer view of the front quarter panel with the edges still unwrapped. Door and quarter panel now done bumper not done. Nearly finished - - - Updated - - - Pictures of the finished product taken outside the shop. Ugly backdrop but car looking shiny. These are my winter tires on the Rial Luganos with a red centre cap T logo Very subtle but the red Tesla letters are on as well as the red S. Richard the owner is warning me that he's worried the letters may come off without further protection.