Quoted from Whysnow:
Let it cure off for six months. Then send it off for professional clearcoat and touch ups. Another few months to settle and then wax a few times before swapping.
Reality is that inserts will get edges and it needs better clear if a long term keeper for you.
If you dont get a professional or custom clear, try to figure out if the pf is relatively new. I dont know if cpr has run those lately. Anyway, what Hilton says is super important. Let it cure OUT SIDE THE BOX for 6 months. If someone sends me a fresh pf to clear, I sand off 90% of the clear and let it sit for 6-10 weeks. Its not consistent but a lot of pfs look VERY different after 6 months of sitting in the corner.
Good luck, and enjoy. Great title to do, and good choice for first swap (imo)