I love my stock rims, but the previous owner added some nice scrapes and curb rash. The silver of the rims is nothing like the silver of the car, so I want to have the curb rash filled/repaired and the rims color matched to the silver of the car body. I had my aftermarket rims powdercoated with two coats of black and one clear and the coating filled in a couple marks of rash and made shell of color indestructible. I dropped a wrench from 5 feet up accidently and it didn't leave a smudge. However, I don't know how well the silver would match. I don't know how many silver color options for PC there are out there. I am considering having the rims painted to ensure an accurate match, but have no experience with painted rims and am wondering the durability. For instance, I didn't want the paint to flake when mounting a tire. Maybe this isn't even an issue? Then there's cost. I'm figuring at $100 per rim for PC, but didn't have a clue with paint. Anyone have any experience with one or both finishes? What would you recommend?