just used some dental floss, goo gone, and spray car wash. you probably don't want to use any kind of metal wire. Dental floss (or even nylon fishing line) is thin enough to cut the adhesive but not damage the finish; Goo gone to dissolve any leftover sticky residue; and then spray car wash to just clean it up once you have it all done.Nice look, did you use a heat gun, some thin wire, and then buff it out?
Personally, I would do the same (R1S in 2023, lol), but try to get a hold of a spare "compass" logo and center it on the rear.
It depends on the vehicle, I've seen a few absurd pictures of Make, Model, random marketing/branding ie. SkyActiv, etc. But by the time you add in a dealership badge (or two) the rear of the vehicle may look like a billboard. I don't particularly like the "naked" look. The "R1T" badge on the Rivian is the weakest in my opionin so i'd take that one and probably leave the big RIVIAN on the rear.To each his own. I never understood de-badging a vehicle.