Also, for Mazda6Suspension, I'm just going to throw this out there.
95% of your paint chips come from tailing other cars too closely; it's your fault, not Mazdas. You won't like hearing that, but it's all of our faults. I'll be the first to admit I tail people too closely at times, and I've suffered plenty of chips from that unfortunately. If we all left a proper amount of room, you'd very rarely take damage.
I rarely if never tailgate people, if anything, I get tailgated all the time. I don't have rock chips on the hood or anything serious on the lip. My aftermarket headlights, which I had for one year, have no damage at all, not to mention, I rarely drive my car. My car still has 30k miles. As I posted pics before, my paint damage is mainly on the doors, from asshats who hit it. This paint is so thin that it takes away pretty much the whole clearcoat where the door hit it, in other cars, you only get transfer or a ding, or scratch. The rock chips or door hits that happen with this paint, take away the whole clearcoat.
I always park far away, but like I said this cosmetic issues were already there when I bought the car.
It is mazda's fault for using paint that is thinner than pretty much every other manufacturer out there. Even Hondas, probably have thicker paints. What's the real benefit of thin paint? maybe it looks better, more shiny? sparkles more? but at what cost.
When I bought the car, I didn't know this. Most people didn't either, they found out through this forum lol