I am really sad Tesla owner. Last week, my Model S had to be taken into Tesla Service because the charger stopped working. It ended up needed a firmware update. But it was easily fixed. They also said that it needed a new front left tire (21") because of a bubble on the bead. When I went to go pick it up, they were bringing it out front for me, and the Tesla Service member driving my car hit the accelerator instead of the brake when he was trying to stop. He smashed into the Model S behind him. It punched a hole into my bumper and left an indent. Tesla apologized and offered to replace the bumper and repaint it. They also waived the tire repair cost. After 4 days in the body shop, I just got my P85 back from Tesla, and even in the dark with a flashlight I can tell the bumper doesn't match the rest of the car. The paint armor is extremely bubbly, but I know that paint armor can easily be redone. But can the bumper ever match the rest of the car again? I was suspicious that the collision repair guys could match the blue color, because it's this amazing almost black color that seems to shift depending on the lighting. I'm wondering what you all think Tesla should do. Try to repaint again? I don't know why they don't send a factory painted bumper. I have had it for exactly 3 months when they crashed it. It's a blue P85 with grey wheels and every option except for the dual chargers. I plan to look at it again in the sunlight tomorrow and call Tesla, but I don't know what they can do to fix this.