Re: Chip in paint
You should touch it up, it will be barely noticable afterwards. There are a few different routes you can take,,
the DIY route, get touchup paint from the dealer and fill it in yourself (there's a lot of threads, videos on how to do that the best way).
You can also ask the dealership who they use for taking care of chips in the paint, they probably use a mobile guy in the area and he should be able to take care of those chips. Make sure to add clear coat once the chips are touched up, ideally you will polish the area also to even out the clear coat with the factory clear.
Goodluck with the new car!
P.S.- I'd gladly take those chips compared to the gash I have starting at the edge of my front fender across my entire passanger door and ending at the beginning of the rear passanger door curtiousy of someone who keyed my car while parked in front of a restuarant.
2007 Mercedes Benz S550
Arctic White/Pano roof/AMG package