I took my Gen III to the carwash the other day and they friggin' scratched it! It's a hand-wash place, so I figured it would be safe. BUT....the first have it go on an automated track where the car gets sprayed, soaped, then big air blowers blow the water off the car before the employees hand dry / clean it up. Well, when I got home I noticed a "scuff" looking scratch on the rear driver side door. I walk around to the other side of the car and noticed a similar "scuff" looking scratch on the rear passenger door (located on the same spot/area as the drivers side.) The big air blowers are long tubes (on both sides of the track) and they stick out a bit. I'm thinking the longest blowers on each side probably hit my car, causing the scuffing. Seems a little unusual that the scuffing/scratches look very similar and they are on the same loation on both sides of my car. They are light scratches, but are somewhat noticeable on my black car. I have no experience w/ buffing, although I think they would buff out. If I take the car back to the car wash, they'll just deny that they caused the scratches. Does anyone know how hard it is (or what the procedure is) for buffing out light scratches?