Rant based on my wife's new, brand new 2019 prius. 1) The oil filter is an unknown. This is partially excusable because they switched back from a canister to a metal can as a running change in 2017-18. But rock auto shows few (expensive) results. I have a stash of Champ PH2840s for my old 2005 Prius but I want something "on the catalog" for warranty reasons. Champfiltration.com is finally my go-to and they list the part. 2) Snow tire rims and TPMS sensors are a hassle! Many catalogs only go up to 2017. Found myself cross referencing cross references. Rockauto shows the same Schraeder model for 2017 and 2019 but several more brands for 2017. eBay finally condensed it all into the PMV-C010 which is apparently part of the FCC ID number. I got the "genuine" Pacific-branded ones. Hey, if these don't work, I'll report back. Slight concerns arose about steel vs aluminum rims (on Tacomas of all things) that take different sensors-- sensors that have different "bend angles" to fit different rim profiles and naturally have different part numbers but transmit the same. Wanted to make sure, as much as I could, that my cross-cross reference will fit a universal steel wheel and work with the stock computer. BTW, local parts stores are even worse than rock auto. They want to sell universal sensors that need programming by some pricey tool. I want ones with the serial numbers pre-printed on them just like the stock ones. I'm trying not to be a hack since it's a new car, special and all, but people selling stuff seem uninterested. Is this a normal view of how the other half lives? There's a "surge" of buying accessories for new cars that they could be missing out on. I remember when I worked at VIP all the smokers coming in for the window vent things for their brand new rides. We were the place for that! Guess we either had a good catalog or the packaging was clear about what they fit.