Unfortunately many of you face the daunting tasks that so many of my clients face when receiving delivery and/or purchasing their Tesla. That task is to not only find A) the right product but also B) the right shop that will take care of your car, not damage it or rip you off with some "Snake Oil" product. With so many products and so many shops offering various combinations of products its very very easy to jump down the rabbit hole so to speak when doing research on what truly is "Best". The more time you spend scouring the internet and forums for answers the more lost you become. Detailers will use a product line for many different reasons, unfortunately those reasons aren't always aligned with truly what is best for you or your car. So this is my plea, find the RIGHT INSTALLER and the rest does not matter. The right installer will guide you down the path to truly finding what is the best product/service for you and your car. Not just sell you on what is easy or most profitable to install. How do you find the RIGHT INSTALLER? -Check online reviews, find shops that have multiple 5 star reviews, read good reviews and bad reviews. Find content on various sources of media such as forums, Facebook posts or Instagram posts. Oftentimes if they are not keeping up with many of these they aren't staying up to date with the happenings of our industry. -Call and ask questions such as, "What do YOU recommend for my vehicle?" then see where they take it. Good shops will ask you questions about the car, how it will be used, maintained etc. etc. This will help them tailor packages that will fit your needs best. If they simply say XYZ brand or product and its this much... I'd continue my research. -See the work IN PERSON if possible. This is oftentimes the deciding factor that can make or break a good installation, photos from far away, out of direct light can hide flaws or defects from poor workmanship. -Finally, ask around. Chances are other owners have had similar services done on their vehicles and can share first hand experience. Hope that helps! If anyone has any questions or needs help being pointed in the right direction I am just an email or phone call away.