I'm not sure if anyone else has had the chance to install and eventually remove the Rexpeed carbon fiber spoiler yet, but I've had mine installed for about 2 1/2 months. This week I caught a good deal on a new Seibon spoiler, so I decided to make the switch. In removing the spoiler, I was disappointed to see my paint come up damaged. My car only has 2,500 miles on it, and I couldn't have driven over 500 miles in the time since the Rexpeed spoiler was installed. I used the supplied 3M tape, and followed the install instructions to the letter. To me, it looks like the tape around the edge wasn't thick enough, and allowed a gap between the spoiler and the hatch to let dirt or small rocks lodge and dig into the paint. I've tried to buff it out, but it looks like the entire piece is going to need a respray. There is also nothing in the corner of the spoiler to pad it from the corner of the hatch, which lead to some serious scratches. In addition to that, it looks like about 80% of the surface area of the tape never even touched the hatch surface, making it likely to fly off at a high enough speed. I'm not sure I expect Rexpeed to do anything about it, but I just wanted to see if anyone else experienced a similar issue - or perhaps warn people to find a better way to mount the spoiler to the hatch.