Ron- I have done it and it's not tough. Here is a link to a How To:
http://www.evilution.co.uk/184 I know you asked only about the fender but to replace it you have to remove the front end to get to all of the clips that hold it to the front lower panel (as I recall-maybe not!) The lower valance slides off- sliding it back on is a pain but if your spray some lubricant on the panel slots it goes back on much more easily- You'll see what I mean when you get there. Other than a star wrench or star screwdriver it's less than an hour off and back on.
Ron, Thanks for the note. Blair has been good to me (as much as I've needed her) Mike in the service dept has been very helpful. The roadside assistance program is excellent, I have a 2007 Volvo I purchased here at home and I get better service from the Lindon Smart Center than I do in my own town. I'm sure you'll be happy with the car, we are extatic with ours
A $99.00 investment in a reservation is worth at least a minimum of $990.00 to the reservation holder. In addition it will keep the value of our vehicles at over 100% over original MSRP.
They have been selling converted Canadian cars n the US for the last 2 years for over $22000.
The 2009 prices are going up. There are a number of ways to turn the car over the same day you get it. Why should the dealer get the additional money because you "abandoned" your baby? NOT! The whole idea is for us to push for 100% delivery to reservation holders. We can then drive our cars for 3 years and either keep them cause we love them or sell them for "OMG" at least what we paid for them!