I actually hate that "blindspot" cutout in our mirrors. It destroys a usable section of my mirror. I move my mirrors outward to monitor my blind spot. I learned a long time ago that my rear quarter panels will not fall off. With a proper outside mirror angle I have full blind spot coverage with just a glance; no head check.
I got ppf on the entire bumper including the silver cross bar and red accents (very time consuming), full hood, full fenders, mirror caps and the entire roof.
All edges were wrapped that could be wrapped.
Got tinted ppf on the headlights.
I got a little lucky as the installer miss quoted me on the low side, I only paid $1,400 Canadian or around $1,060 USD.
Film has a lifetime guarantee.
Anyone interested in getting ppf, it's best if the installer wraps as many edges as possible, as opposed to getting it cut out like a kit, because the kit format leaves lots of exposed edges.