I recently had my car paint protected with XPEL Ultimate (front and rear bumpers, full hood, A-pillar, full doors, front and rear fenders). From what I could tell the installation looked great (never had it done before, so no experience of what was a poor, good or great installation). However at the completion of the installation, the installer was honorable enough to note the following (which he said is unavoidable and could clear up once the film cured): 1. Crumpled lines (stretch marks?) 2. air pockets The crumpled lines/stretch marks remain (a month later) and most of the air pockets have disappeared. There are a few pockets remaining, and looks to be due to lint/dirt or something falling on the area when the PPF was installed. Is anyone else seeing these types of marks on their cars? they are mostly noticeable in certain lighting and angles. Recently i've been noticing vertical lines (again depending on lighting and angle). These are mostly on my doors (well, that I can see due to lighting and angle). They are pretty evenly spaced, and looks to be the size of the squeegee that was used. So I am thinking that when they squeegee'd out the liquid underneath the film, they are marking the film with the corners of the squeegee? anyone else see this? am I being too...anal? None of my coworkers see these things until I point them out to them. LOL. Don't have any pics right now (and not sure if they will show up on a photo), but will try to post something when I have a chance.