LOOKS AWESOME... Looking into Xpel Stealth as well...Questions: How did they do the door and tailgate handles areas? Some installers say they do not wrap easily with Stealth or require seams to prevent later failure from over stretched PPF. Thicker PPF does not stretch as easily as vinyl wrap As well, the wishbone shaped body pieces to the inside that surround both headlights I was told require seams and cannot be wrapped one piece because of complex shape and contours. One highly rated shop suggested painting them satin to match wrap instead. How did they do yours? Did they do the fender flares? some shops said they leave them as the satin finish matches wrap well, however, it seems better to wrap them as they are exposed and much easier to scratch then body paint with a thick clear coat. Did they disassemble and remove lights, mirrors, handles, exterior moldings on truck bed and windows, rear appliqué, etc to wrap and fold edges? Most installers I have talked to say necessary to get good product on Raptor in Stealth which shows edges easily as compared to clear gloss Xpel which blends in with gloss paint. Much of this labor adds to cost. Some shops even move bed back to get to gloss paint areas on back cab areas. Thanks for anything you learned and feedback.