I had two questions on paint quality and paint armor that hopefully some owners can answer to now that they've put a fair number of miles on them. 1. For those that didn't get paint armor, how is the front holding up? Is the paint quality decent? I know the past few years paints have become more soft, so they chip easier than they used to. 2. Has anybody seen chips near the wheels, specifically on the lower rear doors? Depending on how far the wheels stick out from the edge of the door/fender, sometimes you can get chips there as well. My STi has a bunch of chips there from the stock BBS wheels. It would also be good to note how many of your miles are freeway miles. For me, I plan on getting the front fully done with aftermarket paint armor (bumper cover, full hood, fenders, mirrors). I had all that done on my STi (except with a half hood), and it has been beneficial over the years. I'm trying to figure out if it's really necessary to get the lower doors and sills done. Unfortunately, I don't like the line on the hood of my STi, so if I end up getting the lower doors done, I'll want to get a full door piece, which is going to drive my paint armor price up significantly. I'm also thinking of doing the top of the rear bumper cover, so that my kids won't mar the surface getting in and out of the jump seats. I'm a field apps engineer, so my day is spent commuting and visiting customer sites all over the Bay Area, and it's almost all freeway miles. I understand firsthand the importance of protecting the front with my driving profile. I'm just not convinced how important protecting the lower doors would be. Thanks in advance for all the input.