Yeah, but I really don't like the PPF except for the protection it provides. It does get dull over time although the good stuff (like Xpel) ages less than the cheap stuff. Also you will get scratches and scuffs in it as it does its job protecting the paint. Unlike paint, however, you just have to live with them as you cannot polish it or touch it up.
Also, the compound curves that cover these cars are difficult to fit to without visible cut lines. I'll stick to the high wear areas only, I think.