Several have posted about getting their Ferraris paint treated with a Teflon coating that is like a near-permanent wax job... deep shine and very durable. I haven't been able to find anyone doing it here in Texas. When I was buying my Honda Pilot recently, they of course offered the typical add-ons that I reject as quickly as they can utter them. But one of the things they threw out was "Teflon paint protection". That got my attention. However, they couldn't dredge up any info that indicated it was Teflon... let alone any details for me to see if it is the same as what's being offered in Europe. What they handed me was a brochure for "A Touch of Class(R)" protection, a trademark of Cal-Tex Protective coatings. And they opened their book to a page, purportedly for the same thing, but it was trademarked ResistAll(R), though also a trademark of Cal-Tex. Nowhere in any of it does it mention Teflon, which I doubt Dupont would be okay with if it is indeed Teflon. Before rejecting this, I am wondering if the brochures aren't just old... if it is indeed the Teflon paint treatment recently imported, then I'd love to try it on my Honda before my Stradale arrives... and then if I like it, apply it to my Stradale. Anybody know anything about any of this???