Twissler....I've covered 22000 miles in mine, and, like yours is mark free.
I don't ware rings nor do I have a bunch of keys on my keyring. This....I reckon, is the downfall of others.
ah, you see, this is where prior information is invalueable.
our brera was a company car, we bought her with almost 80,000 on the clock
and as such it was abused somewhat.
thick alluminium does not easly mark, take engine castings
motorbike fork legs etc, its quite durable.
common sence tells us that if it was "twice" as thick, it would be more resistable to marks etc, it is of very poor quality, it should be up to the task of having keys etc banged against it? my cayenne has artic silver alloy trim throughout the cabin, and you could not mark that with keys at all, the alfa is too thin/soft, period.
wait for older higher milage cars to surface...they will not wear well.
small price though as we love the car.