I'm happy with how my stang sits right now mechanically (I know... shhh.. knock on wood), and I promised myself I'd work on some of the cosmetic stuff. It's actually pretty good cosmetically overall, but over the years the trim has faded and is probably the one part of the car that instantly shows it's age when you see it. So I'm planning on taking it all off, re-blacking (is that a word?) it or replacing it, and then putting it all back on. This is a first for me, so I'm not 100% sure what I'm getting myself into. I'm expecting that repainting it will get me that "like new" look that I'm wanting. If any of you have any wisdom, tips, or suggestions of trim parts that I have to especially careful with during removal or reinstall, or any hints about the painting process to get the best results. Nows the time! I'm starting this weekend, so any tips to guide me (or the next guy) are welcome. Oh.. and it's a vert so we're talking well molding as well.