So, I picked my car up a couple days ago. I knew I wanted to take off the black plastic cover on the wheels and replace it with the OEM Tesla center caps. I decided to also purchase some Gorilla chrome lug nuts (online from Evannex), specifically for the Model 3, to match the wheels (cost was $65 for the lug nuts). I was told they could change out the lug nuts when I picked up the car but when I got there the service technician told me the only jack they had was broke. As a courtesy, he put on the chrome lug nut caps to complete the look (at no cost to me). So, in the pictures below you see the OEM Tesla center caps and the chrome lug covers (BTW, it's the same car just different lighting... one of the reasons I love the MSM so much!). My question is, do you think I should just keep the chrome lug covers on there, that I was given for free, and save a little money, or should I go ahead with my Tesla Service Center appointment and have the actual chrome lug nuts I purchased put on the car? I'm just curious to hear what others think. I have another two weeks to return the lug nuts I bought from Evannex (BTW, I'll eat the cost of shipping them back plus a 10% restocking fee--so I'll most likely get a refund around $50, not the $65 I paid). Would love to hear some thoughts! Thanks!