glad to hear they are making it right and you are being treated this way. that is how it should be.So I got my car back from the body shop near me ( the one I chose ) on Friday. Body work looks good and the doors line up correctly again
They replaced the body side molding that was falling off with a brand new one ( the other one was held on with cheap double sided tape that the last body shop put on )
They also replaced the black trim piece on the top of the door that touches the window because most of the clips that hold it on where broken from the last body shop and it was about ready to fall off. They also replaced all of the clips that hold the inside door panel on. Apparently a couple of them where broken from the last body shop.
Sad to say that my car is not able to be upgraded to the " premium " 8 speaker Harmon Kardon stereo. It is not compatible. I have them looking into whether or not I can get the Rockford Fosgate upgrade installed instead. I might ask them to install my 12" Polk Audio Sub and 400 watt amp ( free of charge ) and see what they say. It would save me from having to run the wires and hook up a line converter, we shall see. I am now waiting for the Dealership to get all the parts in before I go back to have them finish fixing my car and replacing my stereo ( it keeps freezing up ever after the latest firmware update ).
as for having them wire up your aftermarket stuff, I would definitely not advise that. I would certainly not trust them to do anything that isn't plug and play. pay for a qualified sound system installer to install that stuff, you will be happy you did.