Well, I finally gave in and took my car to an FCA certified body shop as much to my chagrin...I hate it! I had a long talk with the fixed operations manager at the dealership where it got damaged, and after several calls, including to the home office dealership in Raleigh, I told him the body shop would have to paint the entire left side of the car to ensure the Plum Crazy Pearlcoat would match. There were three variants of the PHG paint code, but the thickness of the clear coat will change the tint/color of the paint. The body shop is going to take the left side apart so there will be no visual evidence it was painted (paint lines, over spray, etc.). So that will be about a 2 - 21/2 week job. The shop estimator knows I am OCD and I told him when I come to get it and I see anything not right, they can expect to do it over. I spoke with a co-worker who is an attorney and they just do not want to go there. The service department entered notes on the original repair order to program the key fob along with the fact that it was damaged while in the service bay by the technician. I am not liking this at all! I'll be a nervous wreck while it's in the shop! The dealership is paying dearly for this one. A $160.00 key fob and $60.00 for programming to cost them nearly $2,000.00 for paint work!