Alright guys, here's much better pics to show the texture, I can understand the disappointment when mentioning bed lining. However this manufacture is completely different in texture, feel, and smoothness then any other kind of bed lining I've seen or dealt with. No one in person has figured it out, they always ask why its so smooth and soft, but has a texture. There are 0 chunks, 0 bumps or mounds, 0 highs or lows, the ENTIRE car is 100% uniform. After researching many manufactures, I don't think I would of covered her in anything else other then Raptor.
I can say it wasn't a hack job, and wasn't that cheap. As a matter of fact all the materials where professional grade including the tints. Every one that's seen it thinks it's a professional shop sprayed car, asking who does that kind of work in town, wondering how it came out so smooth.
She was tinted the the factory OEM color code, and I shall say I am disappointed it looks primered in the shade or night. However in sun light it's a wild ride, she's pretty shiny, however if I could do it again would of 1) Added a metallic flake Or 2) Added more tint, to take a little away from the primered appearance.
Brake dust sticking? Nothing bonds to this material, not even the professional grade tape will stick to it, even for a second. You could place a bumper sticker or parking pass sticker that would ruin your paint job, it would lift off like a 3M sticky note or not even bond at all.
You know your getting the good stuff when you buy a product that states: This is not available for sale to the public.