Just my opinion, but I would inquire as to how many "glass jobs" your dealer has done in the past? Hate to see them try and save some money by letting some shop assistant take wet sandpaper and buffing compound to your new boat. How do they warranty their work? There are quite a few variables that go into correctly repairing and manicuring a gel-coat--even a ding as miniscule as you mentioned. Do they know the process? (request that info) "Sandbag and "Sprucie" said it best; this type of work needs to be done "right" and should be done at a "fiberglass shop." With the long-term investment associated with comp boats these days, you have every right to request that your dealer deliver the "NEW" boat--you handsomely paid for. May seem insignificant now, but think later down the road when trying to sell and your prospect asks you about that faded, mismatched, warped spot on the deck or hull of your boat and you have to try and explain to them that was a repair the dealer did when you purchased....