I picked up my blue Model 3 yesterday (woot woot!) and there was a small (half the size of a grain of rice) chip in the front passenger door. It was near the mirror and obvious enough to bother me, especially considering I’m going to put a ceramic coating on the car. They tried to fix it with touch up paint, but they didn’t do a good job and that made it look worse. They offered to sand large areas of the door and front panel and re-paint; they said it would match “almost 100%”. This sounds was too risky to me (do you agree?). Instead I’m going to bring the car in and they said they would sand down the over applied touch-up paint. I suppose I’ll hope they can get it “good enough,” but what would you do? Any other options I should explore with Tesla? They should protect the cars in transport and somehow compensate me if they can’t correct this.