I am having an issue with the delivery center. I picked up my car in Costa Mesa on Sunday afternoon. By Monday afternoon, I emailed a list of concerns to an adviser that doesn't return my emails. I then followed that up with a phone call, and another adviser took over the case. He informed me my concerns would be rectified under "good will". My issues that I am concerned with not automatically re-mediated under warranty are paint chips, paint defects in the frunk, and a windshield spot distortion I asked him for an email of that and he indicated he would. He also told me that I had 72 hours to report concerns. I followed up with the Service Center yesterday to make sure my concerns were documented. In a chat with online support, they indicated they were - but the service center indicated they did not have them listed. The service lady follows up with my delivery adviser and indicates I'm good to go. Later that night I find a few more oddities (indentation in trunk plastic and an odd mark on the right headlight). I relay those to my delivery adviser. I call this morning to follow up and I get back a call from post-delivery operations saying that it's up to the service center's discretion whether or not to rectify any of the issues listed. Do I have any recourse at this juncture? The operations person said they had to be made within a hundred miles and timestamped when I created the service appointment. This is all B.S.. They agreed to repair. What recourse do I have? I would hate to return the car - but I feel like this is some petty B.S.