Hi all! I am about to order the AWD version of Model 3 (online pre-reveal canadian order, non-owner). Am currently hesitating between upgrading for the 19" sport wheels or buying aftermarket wheels. I think I remember reading somewhere that Tesla wouldn't service a car fitted with aftermarket wheels. I am just curious about the extent of the denial of service, if indeed true. For example, would they not work on a faulty touchscreen because stock wheels have been removed, the same way that Apple would'nt change a screen on an iPhone fitted with an aftermarket battery? What if the brakes were faulty, would they refuse to look at them because the wheels are not theirs? I would prefer titanium/gunmetal wheels, which I could get with aftermarket 19" turbines. However, if I need to change thewheels everytime the car has to be serviced, I will definitely reconsider... Speaking of which, I saw pictures of powdercoated 19" Tesla sport wheels which looked really great. Any advice as to powdercoating vs liquid painting the wheels or wrapping the wheels, and the durability of either process with canadian winters and calcium? Last, any advice on or against 3rd party TPMS sensors? Thanks a lot!