My mechanic/consultant tells me that this is the only way to go if you plan to keep the car long term. Over time the PPF covered paint and the non-PPF covered paint will fade differently. When you decide it's time to remove and/or replace the PPF you end up with a two tone car unless the entire car was covered with PPF.I probably overdid it, but I did a fulll wrap and Cquartz since I’m intending to keep my QV for a long time.
Yup learend the hard way on a trip to flordia and back this past week. But my service guys are (they are freaking awesome and phonemonal...so glad I choose them to service my vehicle) is great and is going to get me takee care of and the little nicks and chips fixed up and my bumper repainted. I'm going to then get it wrapped. Hopefully will get this done in the next three weeks!Alfa put a good quality paint on these; it's not tissue-paper thin like some cars, but the entire front is vulnerable just like alfa55 says. I got the ppf put on the entire front, fenders, hood, back of the side mirrors, all 4 doors and door handle cups. If any of your daily driving is on a freeway, the higher speeds guarantee you'll get tiny pin-hole pits in the paint unless you do something to protect it.