I was thinking the same thing. I'd probably mess up the last piece. lolThe bummer with getting pre-cut pieces as opposed to a sheet that you cut is you only get one shot. If you mess up a piece, you can't cut a new one. Unless you're really experienced at this, it takes most of us a few attempts to get it perfect. Good luck, keep us updated.
The Swoosh on our C-Pillar is definitely one of our cars' more handsome distinguishing features. But chrome has no place on a modern car. Not even emblems (IMHO). If you black out the window trim without tinted windows, I think you still have the swoosh distinction (unless you have a black car). If you have dark window tint and you black out your window trim, yeah, some/most of the swoosh doesn't pop out as much any more. You can still see the general shape of the swoosh where it meets the body but not the stand-alone shape of the swoosh. Same thing would happen if you painted your window trim body color (I haven't seen this done yet?). I wanted dark windows, swoosh distinction, and no chrome.... so I painted mine gunmetal.I love the chrome (actually polished stainless steel) flourish on the C-pillar. One of the best styling cues on the car along with the character crease in the same pillar. It now disappears into the window tint. To each their own.