Unfortunately it came out around $800... it was $675 for the dent repair and repaint and then about another $125 to paint the rear strip. The body shop said that they had to have their prep person take the strip home for homework to tape out the jeep emblem.. he said it took him 3 hrs!!!!
Similar situation although the dent (it wasn't a ding) was along the door right at the crease.
We just picked up our Overland from the dealer who arranged a PDR visit, and I'm blown away at how well it came out. There were lots of up front caveats about not being able to fix it 100% but I'd have been happy with 75% improvement so we went ahead. After looking at the results, I'd peg it at a 95%!! Couldn't be more pleased and the cost was under $175.
That's precisely why I added my dealerships protection package. For a little extra, I get 5 years of key fob replacement, wheel/tire replacement, windshield repair/replacement and any dents or dings up to 3.5" in diameter will be repaired for free by the dealer. A small price to pay I think.
Looks good. Just be sure to look for any dirt marks or fish eye that they missed when they buffed. Also look to see if everything lines up, if they had to take it off. Since it's a fender/door job, usually the bumper is dropped, the headlight is r&i'd, the door is torn apart.