I finally got the Jeep back after about 40 days in the body shop! Let me preface the rest of this post with this: I am extremely anal retentive!
Their painter did a much better job than the robots at JNAP. The 'tiger stripes' (as I call them) in the flake are all gone now. The result is wonderful - the painter is a god in my eyes. They painted every panel except for the tailgate and the rear bumper. I did, however, notice that the bumper and fenders are a slightly different shade. They agreed to paint the last two panels to make it a full respray.
Other small issues:
1) A weird ripple in the windshield gasket which I've asked them to fix.
2) The detailed ripped up my CanvasBack liner which trashed the carpet in the back.
3) The driver's mirror wasn't replaced, but has scratches.
4) Whoever buffed the car should get a lesson in detailing. Aggressive pads on brand new paint left swirls in some spots. They offer a full buff out for free after the paint hardens.
5) Keyless entry and adaptive headlights are not working.
Want to see the highlights from the bill?
Grill itself: $540
Grill insert: $240
Trim ring: $117
Left: $534 (why more here?)
Hood itself: $675
Jeep nameplate: $55.25
Mostly buff and dent stuff
Right rail: $137
Left rail: $125
Roof rack mopar: $276
Windshield itself: $670 !!!
Body Labor: $4205
Paint labor: $2155
Paint supply: $1120
Grand total: $16,242
Yowza! She looks pretty great now and it's nice to have her back. Now I just need some issues resolved from paint and then she's off to the dealer to see if diesel emissions stuff can ever get fixed. I might have a fully functional car by spring time!