Forget skins. As we all know, they are nothing more than stickers. For those of us who use hardshell cases, such as those made by GPC, we have also learned that the case lining material tends to pull the stickers off the P3 shell, and, after pushing them back into place, only to come off again, they eventually lose their ability to stick to the shell. Do you want to continue replacing your stickers? My guess is, the answer is "no". I was considering adding a skin to my P3P until I started reading other threads on this site, when I discovered a reply left within DJI's own forums, which led me to Roc City Design, Inc. (Welcome to ROC City Design - Custom Designed Skinz, Vinyl, T-Shirts and Decals). Yes, they do offer skins (which are among the best, and largest, design selections I've seen), but what impressed me most was their Hydro Graphic Dip options (available for P3, as well as Blade 200QX). This looks like a MUCH better choice, plus it provides the benefit that it won't come off as easily as skins (ie. "stickers") do. The only "downside" I see is the cost. The starting price is $185, plus an extra $85 if you want matching landing gear. If you would like to add matching battery covers, that adds an additional $22-78 (covering 1-4 battery covers). While "completing the package" (so-to-speak) with a matching transmitter would add to the "coolness" factor, I don't think it's a necessity, especially for another $120 (the "rebuild labor charge"). Once you receive the replacement shell, you simply swap the electronics (most of us should be able to do this, as long as you take your time), and away you fly. If you're not comfortable with swapping the P3's electronics yourself, you can always ship your P3 to them, and pay them another $125 to swap everything for you. Anyway, this is another option to consider, instead of adding stickers all over your P3's shell. With that said, I am curious...has anyone already purchased a Hydro Dip shell from Roc City Design (or any other companies doing the same/similar process? If so, could you please share your thoughts, as well as photos?