My apologies if this is covered elsewhere in detail. I’ve seen random comments about edges but not this specific issue. I plan on putting either Suntek or Xpel Ultimate for a complete coverage on my pearl white MS when it gets delivered in September. After visiting the installers and inspecting some of their work I noticed that some of the installations have visible edges in the film coverage where two panels meet. Two examples are where the front bumper meets the front fender and the rear bumper meets the rear fender. There is an uncovered area on the cars about 1/8 – 3/16 inch on each side of the seam between the panels in their installations. The installers who used XPEL ultimate and the templates from XPEL were the vehicles with the gaps. One of the installers showed me the XPEL program and how he could modify the amount of cut for the amount of overlap and said he still wasn’t able to cover the seam. The Suntek installer had no visible seams and indicated that he wraps these sections and cuts the film right at the edge without taking off the panels. He also showed me the plastic tool they used that cut the film without marring the paint. He was adamant that they use no razors that would damage the paint. With the car being pearl white any edges will reportedly show up pretty quickly. Has anyone installed XPEL ultimate and avoid visible edges at the end of body panels? Did the installer use the XPEL templates, or cut free hand? Appreciate any advice, especially from MS owners with white cars and professional detailers on how to avoid visible edges in obvious areas with XPEL Ultimate.