I've read here that it is not so uncommon for other model cars to also have this window dance that occurs when the door is opened and closed, but I"d like to inform the installer of any quirks of a Model 3 and to get the best installation possible. Since the installer is inside the car and presumably places the film on a window that is raised to the top, I imagine that as s/he exits the car using the regular button click, the window rolls down and may disrupt the yet to dry film. And then each time I enter/exit the car the same rub occurs. Should I tell them to use the manual release lever instead, and not close the door all the way ? I'm unsure because it seems like a lot for an installer to care about and remember; and Tesla warns that use of the manual lever may cause damage. Other, or better advice ?