Hello, I have a few quick questions about Xpel Ultimate and what my expectations should be for a decent installation. I don't need or expect perfection, but I want to make sure I'm getting an installation that falls within the mainstream of a reasonably good expectation. 1) Which edges should be wrapped? For instance, say you get the front fenders done. Where the front fender panel ends and the driver door panel begins, should the that vertical fender edge be wrapped? Or does the tiny gap between the fender panel and the door panel make it difficult or impossible to wrap an edge like that, such that it is reasonable to have a visible Xpel edge/line at the edge of the fender? 2) For edges that are not wrapped, how good should the cut line/edge of the Xpel film be? Should it basically follow the edge of the car panel perfectly, or is a little bit of wavy-ness normal and acceptable? 3) Should there be any air bubbles or water bubbles under the installation? If so, should they all eventually disappear (and how long should it take?), or will even decent installations have some bubbles that remain? 4) Should there be any peeling at all, anywhere? For instance, is a tiny peeling edge at the corner of a door acceptable? Or a small amount of peeling where a wrapped edge has popped up a little bit? Or should there be no peeling, anywhere at all, no matter how minor? Any answers greatly appreciated! I know these are installations done by humans, so they cannot be expected to be perfect. So I'm trying to find out what reasonable expectations are for a decent, competent Xpel Ultimate installation. Thank you!