I have a '09 430 Scuderia. When I purchased it, it had PPF on the front end of the car, side skirts, and partial coverage on the rear bumper behind the rear wheels. The PPF was starting to look old and the lower part of the front bumper had some minor damage from just being so low, so I asked my body shop guy to remove the PPF from the front end and refinish the front bumper. When he removed the PPF from the front bumper and side skirts, paint lifted. I had my wrap guy go to the body shop and help remove the PPF from the front fenders and hood. Even with tremendous care, large pieces of paint lifted from the front fenders as well. Fortunately the hood, with the stripes, came out unscathed. My body shop guy says the front bumper was a respray, but the fenders and side skirts were factory paint. Both the body shop owner and the wrap guy say that paint lifting from Ferraris is more common than other brands. The car is now repainted. It's been curing for 3 weeks now. I plan on letting it sit at least another 3 weeks if I decide to put PPF on the car again. I need some opinions. Should I have it wrapped again? I was originally planning on doing a fully body wrap with Xpel Ultimate. Is the adhesive of other brands less likely to lift paint? Is there some method of coating the paint prior to wrapping that will prevent paint lifting? Maybe I should forget about the PPF and just do a good ceramic coating? I'm really OCD about my cars, so I'm inclined to wrap the car again, but potentially having to paint the car again would be difficult to stomach.