Yes. I’ve got Xpel on the front clip, A-pillars/front of roof, rocker panels, mirror caps, and door handle cups. It’s a white CS- Xpel looks better on lighter cars. On darker cars, SunTek will look better since it has less orange peel effect. Did a combination of Xpel & SunTek on my Mineral Gray BMW M240i since at that time, the Xpel was slightly thicker and historically had a better resistance to yellowing (10 year warranty), but the SunTek looks better on the dark paint (5 year warranty). So, Xpel on the bumper, rockers, etc., and SunTek on the hood, and fenders.
Since then, SunTek has come out with a product that is warrantied for 10 years as well. It’s been many years since I’ve used the 3M film and it was probably first generation (yellowed within 5 years). I’m not familiar with what they offer now. Anyways, you will not regret the investment in PPF! Best dollar I’ve spent on either car. Hope this helps.