Got the car back from the shop and it looks like new. Finally, here are my pics. I have 700 miles on the car now...I planned to post the photos of my new white with blue top 350z Roadster that I purchased last Sunday from Bill Ray Nissan in Longwood, FL, but went out this morning and saw a damaged, scraped up, f*cked up passenger-side rear quarter panel where my wife HIT/SCRAPED my car as she was backing her own car out of the garage. Now I have a damaged '03 Lexus (wife's car) and a damaged 350Z I barely have 100 miles on the f*cking car. I am beyond pissed, but will post photos as soon as I am able to get my car out of the body shop. Question: Will the body shop be able to match the paint exactly? Has anyone else had this happen to a brand new car?======Thanks for all of the comments. I'll post pics as soon as I get the Z out of the shop. Going to get a quote in the morning. I drove to Daytona Beach this morning and no one even noticed, so I guess it's not that bad. Luckily, the dealer I bought it from also has a body shop on site, so they should be able to match it up pretty good. At least my wife is paying for the damage out of her pocket.By the way, anyone who likes a "quiet" drive should not get the roadster. The unlined top makes this one noisy ass ride, but hopefully I'll get used to it. You basically hear everything outside from raindrops to car engines with the top up. Also, the magazines have talked a lot about how "solid" the Z roadster is. It is probably more solid than the average convertible, but you do get some cowl shake over rough roads and railroad tracks. Also something to get used to.Another thing you will also have to get used to is the attention. If you think a regular Z turns heads, wait until you get in one of these and put the top down. I was out for a few hours today and have never seen so many people break their necks to look at a car. Unreal.