I really like the look of that. I have noticed the area around the cupholder can scratch easily and was wondering about a cover in the future. How durable is the product?Update: First, I did do the pocket door, but wasn't comfortable taking it apart. So I did it in place: View attachment 518369
I still wasn't happy with the job I did; for example, I cut to much around the lower set of buttons, so instead of covering all the plastic, I ended up cutting back to the flat part. Plus, the color was way off. While half-heartedly looking for other brands or vendors, I tripped across a much better color of the same VViViD product. The plus side was the price: for some reason, the 1ftx4ft was $11, but the 1.5ftx4ft was only $9 (this may be too small, and I'll have to either put the grain the other direction or add seems up the sides). There was a similar price reversal in the 2ftx4ft ($25) and 3ftx4ft ($20) sizes, but I didn't want to spend that much for a replacement.
I didn't see this price reversal in other colors, so I ordered it. I figured that for $9, I couldn't go wrong. The color is VViViD Dark Ebony Wood Grain Faux Finish Textured Vinyl, sold directly from VViViD vinyl on Amazon Prime. Here's what it looks like compared to the door trim: View attachment 518371
They actually look much closer than this in the garage; I think the brown in the vinyl sheet catches the straight-on light better. I'll have to see how the contrast changes in daylight. The biggest difference I see is that the black is far more prominent than the brown in the OEM plastic, and that reverses in the vinyl. Also note how this vinyl has a "texture" look like the OEM has, but the vinyl I used before doesn't.