Well, here is the finished product. I'm pretty happy with how it turned out. The wrap has slightly different characteristics during the day and night and in different types of light. Overall, I was looking for a modified stock appearance. This is one of the reasons why I opted to keep the nose cone black. The Tesla designers designed an absolutely beautiful car so I decided to preserve the overall aesthetics of the car and maintain the black of the nose. If you are considering some modifications but don't want to do a full wrap, I do highly recommend blacking out the chrome and tinting the windows. This is a very inexpensive option (typically less than $500) total and really enhances the look while keeping the initial spirit intact. I did plan to also powdercoat the wheels either a gloss black or dark grey. I think they actually look pretty good as is so may save my money. We'll see but I do appreciate any input. This is the previous thread that shows some of the progress pics: Preview of my Model S wrap Here is a list of the modifications: Frozen Grey Matte full body wrap, including the small blinkers in front of the doors Gloss black on all the chrome except the "T" logos in the front and back Black tint 20% all around Overall I wanted to be subtle but unique without going over the top and I am happy with the results. Please enjoy!