I've been reading about Opti-Coat Pro, and I've started thinking that it sounds like a reasonable cost and high quality way to accomplish what I want to accomplish. The fundamental problem is that I'm not good about washing the car regularly, and anything beyond washing the car is way outside my wheelhouse (desire, motivation, skill, interest, ...). But I do like the car looking good. I'm looking for a low maintenance way to get the car looking good, and then easy to wash after that. Getting better with car washing skill is also something I need to acquire, as I can see those faint swirls starting to show up as I wash the car. I read that on benefit of the coating is that dirt and water have a hard time hanging on, so one technique to "wash" the car is to go driving in the rain. We get lots of rain in Portland, so I might only need to wash in the Summer! (kidding - I know it won't be that good, but it SOUNDS good). It is also my understanding that I should think of this as a permanent wax finish, rather than rock chip protection. Our Roadster has the factory applied paint protection and that is fine for where we live. We don't get much gravel or other stuff put down in the winter (it rains here, and it gets "cold", but almost never gets wet and cold at the same time - so no ice or snow to deal with). I've concluded that the primary need is the ability to easily wash the car. Anyway - I'm wondering if anybody has experience with Opti-Coat Pro on their Roadster. I am specifically wondering about whether the finish is flexible enough to work well with the Roadster's carbon fiber body, but also any other insights you have from the experience. My intent, if I go down this path, will be to find a local detailer to do the work, including the paint correction on the front end - there's no possibility that I would be doing this as a do-it-yourself project. I appreciate whatever insights you have. Thanks!