I used Select to replace a cracked windshield. I have a Subaru with eyesight on the vehicle, my car is less than a year old. I advised from the beginning that I wanted OEM glass and that I would have my dealership do the recalibration, in part because it must be done inside, and in part because with my previous Subaru I had a bad experience with a glass company doing the calibration incorrectly. The office argued with me about the calibration. When they arrived the tech didn’t have the OEM glass and he confirmed calibration couldn’t be done in the driveway. I had to reschedule so they could bring the OEM, glass. Again, the office argued with me, I made it clear they weren’t performing that service, just the glass. When they called to confirm the appointment the woman told me that one tech would arrive to do the glass and then another to do the calibration - I told her NO. I should have cancelled at that point and gone with a different company. The two gentlemen who came out were nice enough, one of them advised he will confirm they aren’t sending another person for a calibration. I noticed a smudge on the glass when they were leaving but only because it’s normally super clean right after an install, I didn’t think to much of it but I also haven’t been able to rub it off yet, I’m going to clean it properly shortly.When I got in the car a day later, I noticed small glass shards on my speakers, and is there glass in the speakers? White scuff marks on the dash that won’t come off, and dirty fingerprints on the edge (not somewhere anyone would normally touch). Then my friend found one of their tools in the car, just sloppy.I got to my dealership today and confirmed that 1. You do have to have OEM glass for the cameras, 2. The calibration must be done inside. This is a safety issue. The car is capable of braking and swerving on its own, and they are calibrating the cameras that control it against manufacture specifications apparently?