wraps are actually a good investment. if you’re keeping your car 5 or more years think of it like this, PPF is usually $4500. at least you get to add a custom color to your car. everyone has a black, white, blue, red or silver car. go crazy with it. and in the end if you or the next owner isn’t happy with it - it’s not permanent and the original paint underneath was well preserved. i had my V2 wrapped the last year i owned it but i got a steep discount since a close friend owned a wrap shop. i would probably wrap my V3 in the next few years. i know from experience 3M is really good quality. inozetek is known for their smooth and glossy less orange peel finish. also look at flexshield usa. most of these wraps “self heal” so you won’t have to deal with chips and swirls. they’re not hard to take care of and garage parking is a must for longevity. of course see what type of warranty the shop gives on labor and material. you’ll see bubbles and peeling if they do a crappy job. make sure they do the mirrors and door handles. the front bumper will probably be the most challenging part to wrap. add a good ceramic coat to help with less dust. good luck hope this helps!