Thanks for the heads up Masher,
I hope you guys don't mind me chiming in as Masher told me that you guys had some questions. Robb373, my partner runs our shop in Las Vegas and he very possibly did your car. Our Proform kits offer the most complete coverage of any precut design company and are guaranteed to fit. As for the different manufacturers of films, their are many, but basically only two types of film, coated and non clear coated, where you live can be the biggest determining factor, a clear coated film although porous will not allow any dirt sediment into the film, at times a non coated film will. Look at it this way, here in the mid-Atlantic, right now our roads have tons of salt and rain on them, combined they are a filthy mess, when this rests on your car, and the water evaporates, it leaves the dirt, on a non coated film it has the tendency to draw that in and make the film look dull, hence coated film here. In a dryer warmer climate there is no need for a coated film. To clean around the edges of the film, use a q-tip or a soft detailing brush. if you have dried wax, put some more wax on it to re-activate it and then try the soft q tip or rag.
Also keep in mind that 3M and Avery Dennison don't have their own designs, they are just film suppliers, Venture does support their own design house. Also that the finished look of your car is a result of the installer, check his references, and ask the pertinent questions, if he doesn't have access to our kits, let me know and I'll see what I can do to help. If anyone has any questions, please feel free to contact me toll free 866-776-3682
President / CEO
Proform Protective Films
rob at proformauto.com