The OP is new on here and asked a legit question, so if we can please answer like grown ups and not snipe at each other that would be appreciated.
Now onto my opinion on the subject. I would personally stick with vinyl. If you have it done by someone it would be highly unlikely that they would remove the trim. Way to much chance for damage and bending. Vinyl is also quite easy to do yourself on window trim but if you don't trust yourself have someone do it for you. It can be frustrating and take a few tries sometimes and yes I speak from experience.
Paint looks prettiest IMO, but will likely get some nicks eventually and can be more costly to repaint if you wish to not do touch up paint. If you're not sure you'll love it you may want to stay away from something more permanent.
Now onto the infamous plasti-dip which is either loved or hated on here, which I also have used. If it's not put on with the correct thickness on each coat it will be more difficult to take off. If you wish to take it off on a part like trim it can be rough to get it out from between body and trim or window and trim. The fine folks that say it's super easy to put on and take off and that it stays looking purty forever, do not live in south Florida. The extreme heat does amazing things to plasti dip down here, none of it good.
That being said I still vote vinyl. Had it on 2 cars trim, including the SRT in my sig below, and never had any shrink or issues at all.