I read recently that the darker paint ranges (especially black) suffer quite badly when birds decide to eject their guts over your car. I never really paid much attention to this "warning" however, at work one of the execs has a dark blue A5 and it must have been parked there for a week under the overhang of the building and there were a load and I mean load of bird cruds on his bonnet when he came back. By this afternoon they were gone (been to carwash), but still on the bonnet was quite visible outlines of where this had happened. Is this a real concern for all audi cars, or just certain cars, or just certain paints. Is there anything you can do to stop it? The reason why I ask is that I am really on the lookout for a nice looking A3 in Lava Grey, but dont really want to go that route if the paint is going to get bodged up... Many thanks, Ben.