So I picked up a 2008 Mazda 3 Sedan on Friday. Crystal Pearl White Mica is the official name of the color of it. All the cars on the lot had some paint (and interior) protection crap applied but at least I was able to get away from paying for it. The sticker said "The Protector" and the salesman said they had $189 in it ($2 for the stuff, $187 for the warranty, no doubt). Of course, their "detailer" applied WAAAAY too much tire dressing and I spent a good 30 minutes cleaning that crap off the body of the car with some Spray n Wipe. Shoulda told em not to detail it, oh well. Here's the car in its carport: And this is the pearl flake: That'll probably be my favorite part of the car. I know to clay the car, etc., but, I'm wondering what yous guy would recommend to really make that pearl pop. I switched between EX-P and the Autoglym twins on my previous car and was happy with them. Thought EX-P did a nice job at making the metallic flake pop and Autoglym just looked nice. But, I've not bought anything for a couple years now and I know there's gotta be a new current hotness or maybe an old fave that'll do good with the pearl?. Whatta ya say?