Yesterday as I approached my car I was greeted with a scratch on the rear passenger door from someone who had decided it was a great idea to key my Model S. This happened at my workplace parking garage no less, which is shared by half a dozen companies. I'm not an expert in the art of car keying, but to me it doesn't look like a terribly deep scratch thankfully, and it's only about 10 inches long. I'm attaching a few pictures but it's hard to get clear shots from such a reflective surface: I called my local shop and they said they'd need to repaint the entire door, which to me sounds a little overkill, but I've never had this happen to me so maybe that's standard procedure. Granted, they haven't seen the scratch yet, so maybe they're thinking it's a hardcore keying job, which it's not. So I wanted to know people's advice and experience with similar things. Are there other less invasive options to cover up a scratch like this? If they have to repaint the whole door - and assuming the shop is good at this - should I expect it to look exactly like the rest of the car? I'd prefer living with the scratch than having a door that looks slightly differently than everything else.