Puuked the trigger and put money down on a dual motor non performance so now I start the grueling wait! I started looking into getting PPF and possibly a ceramic coating. Called a couple of shops that had good reviews, displayed their work etc and was shocked and the difference between two. I was wondering if anyone who has had this done could lend some advice. Both bids were to completely cover the hood, front bumper, fender, head lights, fog lights , mirror caps, rocker panels and rear wheel impact areas. One was using Stek dynoshield with a 10 yr warranty and c quartz and they wanted $2300. The other is using Xpel and Opti-Coat and they were at $4900. Are the materials for the second one $2600 better or is one of the bids way to high to low and too good to be true. Never done anything like this before and was just looking for some feed back. Thanks!