I ended putting up Expel on whole vehicle.
Hey, may I ask you how much did you pay, and where? Just curious how difficult is to wrap our car. I'd probably just do a full front, but curious what you paid for the whole car. You typically do that only on exotics, hence my question
PPF getting yellow will never be an issue if car is garaged. And even if it's not, some of the best films take a long time to do that anyway. But some films are better than others in the intense heat. Here in the desert southwest, shops prefer Suntek over Expel. And that's what I got on the Corvette and Porsche. Oh, and I learned the hard way that you CANNOT leave bugs on the damn PPF when traveling. I didn't wash the car during a trip, and the acid on the bugs' crap got embedded into the film. Couldn't get it out even with a strong polish. So that's the other downside for me. It's obviously more vulnerable than paint, and if you don't plan to wash your car after every leg of a trip (especially when it's hot), think about that twice. At least wash off the bugs from the front, which is what messes up the film. Only way to remove that crap would be doing a 'paint correction' on the PPF.
Finally, I went the paint correction way plus ceramic coating on my last Porsche, and regretted it. First of all, the guy went too deep in a couple of spots, basically removing the entire clear coat. And even if that doesn't happen, that leaves it too thin IMO, and more prone to damage. I don't plan to ever do a paint correction again. With PPF, there's no real need to do that IMO. I use my cars, so that kind of show thing is a waste of money for me. Did it once, and it turned into damage to the vehicle, and for only a little visual improvement nobody pays attention to, so won't do it again. If anything, just PPF.