So I was going to try DIY caliper painting on my next day off, but ran into a little dilemma I've never had with previous vehicles. There's only one spot to lift from each corner, so there's no easy (or inexpensive) way to raise all 4 tires off the ground. I've read through lots of threads, and so far I've found several possible solutions. 1: JackPoint stands. For $640 as a set of 4 they seem to be a little pricey, and turn my DIY projects into something more, but so seem to be the safest tool. 2: Rennstand by Jacksafe has a similar Jack stand, but seems less refined and easier to topple over. A set of 4 is $500 3: The most expensive option, a Quickjack total car lifter. These puppies lift the whole car in one switch. Damn do I wish I had the money to spend and room to store this 4: Powerbuilt 620516 2 Ton, U 4000 lbs UJack Garage Jack https://www.amazon.com/dp/B06XCRJRPZ/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_i_EJ3tDb7X5CTHD seems to work with all typical jackstands, but does the "V" shape of the jackstand pose an issue to the lift point? It seems most people use jack adapters for our vehicles. Now we get into real DIY land. 5: Inexpensive method to put the Model 3 on 4 Jack Stands this shows a cheaper method that uses 2 bottlejack/jackstand combo pieces, and 2 normal jackstand, as well as some finesse. The user seems to get the car up, and it seems to be balanced well enough, but is it a reasonable solution? So what other options have you guys and gals used to lift all 4 tires off the ground? I'm leaning more towards the JackPoint's, but have a hard time justifying the price for a simple project. I would even rent them if it was reasonable.