Yes, Lee said it had a "one time paint correction" (which I'm not sure exactly what that means) and a professional Opticoat application -- the front doos back -- I'm also not sure why the hood didn't need the Opticoat? I'm pretty sure I'm going to get that done also, since I like to use the car washes with the big rotating drum strips, and I'm told the Tesla paint is too soft to survive those things. I don't want to be limited to the deluxe $25 per wash hand car wash place nearby. They do do a great job, but $25/per is pretty pricey. So while I might have to skip the beuatiful matte finish you've done (due to the estimated costs from Lee), I'm thinking of getting the paint correction, full Opticoat, and have the chrome blacked out like seen on a few other cars around here.