I know that since the clear coat paint is very soft on all of your Tesla's that a number of you are considering options like Xpel or Clear Bra as well as a professional coating like GTechniq and Opti-Coat (Go with GTechniq :wink I want to put an end to the order of applying these products once and for all: DO NOT PUT DOWN YOUR COATINGS LIKE GTECHNIQ OR OPTI-COAT BEFORE THE FILM! The idea behind having a coating put on your paint is to add a certain hydrophobic level to the surface you are applying it to. This quality comes from creating a surface that does not allow industrial (such as XPel adhesive) or environmental elements to stick as easily to your paint surface. If you put your coating on first, you are sticking the clear film to a surface that is meant to NOT have stuff stick to it. You do want to have the paint corrected and smooth before you apply to film, however. The process, when you decide to go with both a film and a coating should be: 1). Paint Correction. 2). Film Application. 3). Coating application. If you are having paint correction work done, a reputable detail shop should be able to coordinate getting the film applied after they do the paint correction and then apply their coatings. Any questions, please PM me.