Hi everyone, I've been getting a lot of messages from members asking how a certain shade % looks on the 3, or how our films look on the 3 in general, so I think this thread will help people on the fence. This thread is going to be an on-going compilation of pictures of 3's we've tinted, so members can get a better idea of how certain shade % may look on their cars. I'll keep adding more pictures as we go, even if it's the same film on the same color 3, just because I know lightning, camera angle, and time of day can affect how the pictures come out. Here's some basic info I want to address that I think will get commonly asked. Tints we use are either Photosync or Ceraluxe in these pictures, unless otherwise noted. Incredible high heat rejecting window films. I'll post a link to both films and their specs, in case anyone cares. Photosync & Ceraluxe Check with your state tint laws before deciding on a shade for your 3. We're located in Houston, TX, so the shades we commonly use, may not be legal where you live. The color of the films will differ from brand to brand, but the darkness should be very similar assuming the % are exact (35% vs 35%) It gets pretty crazy during the day here, so we don't always get the best angles possible, hence why I'll keep adding more pictures so you get an overall idea how the shade % looks. Even though this is a 3 thread, I do have pictures of X's and S's too (if you want to see them let me know). I'll add to the list if I see more common questions pop up. Photosync 35% - sides/back Photosync 35% - sides/back Photosync 75% - front windshield Photosync 35% - sides/back Photosync 35% - sides/back and 75% front windshield Ceraluxe 20% on sides, Photosync 35% on back window, and Photosync 75% on front windshield and sunroof Photosync 35% - sides/back Photosync 35% close up on side window Photosync 35% sides/back 75% front windshield Satin Black Model 3 has Photosync 35% & 75% on it, the red one isn't finished yet. S's have Photosync 45 and 35. I'm adding one more picture from the 3 because I had some people ask how 35% looks on the back window and on the sunroof. If you do both windows in 35%, it pretty much looks the same. Hopefully since these pictures are taken in a few different settings (outdoors/indoors) people can generate an overall sense of how light/dark these shades are for what they're looking for. Will post more soon.