Weird! I had a scuff on a wheel cover too. They made a note of it and are going to ship one to me. I wonder why they did that instead of having me pick it up (like you).I picked up my car today! Everyone at Devon is so nice! I inspected the car and found one wheel was curbed, there was some tape in the headliner where it meets the glass, and the B pillar inside trim was a little messed up. They are going to replace the wheel and apologized profusely because I have to go back to get that but they fixed the B pillar trim on the spot and that was fine. On the drive home I found that the steering wheel is not straight when driving straight so I'm going to ask them to fix that too. My panel gaps are great! I did notice that the trunk could be adjusted a little on one side so the depth when closed is the same, but other than that the car is great! Super pumped and glad I got it now. I need to figure out if I have radar or not (don't really care either way) because my car actually made in April. My car did not have the Tesla PPF on the back like some have stated, so that must have started after my build, but I already have it so I'll just put it on.
The only other anomaly on my Model Y was that the rear driver's side door was not quite aligned with the trim in the back. It sticks out more than the other doors. It's OK with me though. I'm going to apply PPF there anyways.
P.S. I'm not very happy about the (surprise) lack of adjustable lumbar on the passenger side! Especially when it was on the one I test drove a couple months ago. I wish Tesla would communicate better with customers. It makes me wonder what else is missing that I haven't discovered yet (besides the radar).