Last week I drove my Model S from Tucson to Phoenix to Tesla's only approved Auto Body shop here in Arizona. I wanted to have two small stone marks (hood and passenger outside mirror) and rear bumper paint mark fixed. All of the marks were less than 1 inch in length, none deeper than the paint. The cost estimate was just over $3300, and they would have to have the car in the shop over a week! According to the estimator, much of the car would have to be taken apart in order to remove the affected items for repainting. Needless to say, I'll opt for Tesla's $20 paint stick, or a less bizarre estimate someplace else. I'm sure the lack of competition (no other approved companies in the state) accounts for much of this price gouging. Obviously, I'd like to see Tesla work on issuing more certifications. I would expect to pay a premium for good work of course, but several thousand dollars?? Does anyone know of a "reasonably-priced" paint touch up specialist? What's been the experience of forum readers regarding this subject?