Thanks for the warm comment on the car. Regarding the dealer, I avoid those like the plague. I've got my own shop, and have been working on cars for 35 years. At the end of a day it's still a car, and not that overly complicated.You have found a magnificent Porsche model. Congratulations! I would get it to a Porsche dealer for a thorough going over and reset/update. You have strong Porsche dealers in that region with factory trained technicians. That car is new and technologically complicated enough to warrant the investment. After that you can safely drive it and decide how you want to proceed with exterior/interior conditioning. And hopefully you‘ll have started a worthwhile relationship with your authorized dealer and mechanic. I have found this to be very beneficial with my own Porsches, including a wonderful little 2014 Cayman. Good luck.