Thought I would share my experience. I can actually add something to the forum. I usually just take. My vinyl was toast. Stripped it off when we painted the car. Not easy. Had to use specialized stripper. NOTE: I very wisely shot tons of pics of all the corners and edges everywhere so the installer knew where to cut and overlap on the reinstall. It tried like crazy to get one of my wrap vendors (I've wrapped 1000's of trucks over the years), but none could make the woodgrain right. Went through the 3m DiNoc catalog. Nothing was right for a car. Looked at a dozen live samples. Nothing was right. Best bet was the Stripe Man in Jacksonville http://www.stripeman.com/woodgrain-kits/. Went with basic 3m Mylar film. Cost me maybe 700$. I bought a lot extra to ensure every piece was whole. Hired an installer from a local wrap shop. There are lots of them around. Way too tricky to try yourself. Cost me $200 and a $25 dollar tip and they came to my shop. In the end, looks fantastic. A tad shinier than I would have liked but the color and pattern is perfect. They sanded the new paint work first otherwise every single minuscule imperfection is exaggerated. I sent all the beltline moldings to a guy in Palm Coast FL. victor Gomez was his name. 15$ a foot and it came back looking absolutely perfect and as bright and shiney as chrome. Not cheap at $900 but I could have never come close. Now it looks showroom new. It is not all on yet. Still have to buff a few spots of paint. All the black work I did myself and non beltline chrome I had rechromed. Interior is out now being redone. I will finish it this winter and be cruising around in my boat next summer.