When I had to have my drivers door replaced thru his insurance by my neighbor backing into it, the shop that did the painting of the new door, (not repaired) the Ruby Flare Pearl was applied perfectly by a paint shop that does mostly custom work and show car quality work. It was flawlessly done you cannot see anything that would indicate the door was painted. That door is the only panel that has no paint chip issues to show, it happened with 1,700 miles, now I have over 30K. So that tells me Toyota of Japan applied paint process sucks as far as my Venza is concerned. Now if I decide to keep it, that shop will be the one to do the repaint or touch up, which ever they recommend. It’s sad that we have lost quality control of a much vaunted OEM nameplate, Toyota has fallen down in this dept.Was the Camry that you are having issues with the paint made in Japan or Kentucky? My new 2022 Venza is the Red Ruby Flare and it is a complex paint process. That is why we pay more for that color and as I remember there are two other colors that are $400 plus for the paint. Did you know that for the past few years they are now using latex paint!?!? I'll have to be visual on the paint. Fortunately both my cars are kept in a garage. I've owned Toyotas since 1978 and never had a paint problem. Our son's 2004 Corolla which was a Ruby Red started to have paint issues on the bumpers and door handles when it was about 10 years old but it sat outside.