Dipyourcar.com has the best selection of stuff to select from. To answer a couple questions that seem to arise in one form or another....
1) cleaning - you can pressure wash it just fine, so long as there's no exposed edges to catch to start the peeling process. Also the use of their glossifier will greatly aid in attempts to keep it clean (also pearlizer)
2) adhesion - if you buy a pro car kit, be sure to buy the advanced version, the extra little cost sucks, but the pre-dip spray is a great product and will greatly help with adhesion
3) colors - not only can you order basic color options that they have, but you can also order a tinting set that will give you a more personal color
4) I've seen people in the past complain about how easily plastidip gets dirty. If this concerns you, and you don't want a glossy finish... consider the pearlizer. It will give a big smooth finish that doesn't give the textured feel and will aid in stuff not sticking to it so easily
I don't wanna sound like someone trying to sell their products, but me and a few friends have used the stuff on 9 vehicles now i think. We've never had a problem with washing or peeling unless it was done by our own error.
A couple simple tips.
1) when masking off, wait until you spray your last coat and peel your tape off while the dip is still wet. When you spray plastidip over previous plastidip (like when adding coats) it will liquefy all the coats beneath it. So that is the perfect time to peel your tape for a nice straight edge
2) wash your car the day before you plan to dip. This is to allow adequate time for the car to dry, you'd be surprised how much water is in crevices that go unnoticed until you start spraying
3) aim for a 50% transparency per coat. Don't spray too much at a time to avoid runs, and too little is just wasting time. 5 coats, if using the car kits sprayed should be plenty sufficient. Not including the coats of gloss, pearl, or metallizer you choose to add.
4) after your 3rd coat, adjust the output of the supplied sprayer and hit all the hard to hit spots. Example.... door edges, under handles, corners, and... fiero specific, around th
e headlight doors
Thats all I can really add off the top of my head. You can find a ton of useful resource videos on YouTube by searching for dipyourcar.com, as well as links to those view on their website. I can answer questions on the process as well. Car #10 will be my GT