Here is today's shot of my Indoor Satin Stretch Coverking. Wing up. Do not have to fold or move the mirrors to put on or remove . Do the mirrors first, when installing, and off the mirrors last step, when removing. I have another one of these covers on my Mercedes SL550 roadster, and I am very pleased with it, also.
Looks like the same one I have. Easy on, easy off, protection for the potential little oh shi* incidents. Easily as good of protection as the original, but better coverage and a lot less hassle getting off and on. very good cover.
Something to consider, if it's not too late ... and I wish I'd thought of it: Order the mirrors done in say 1 black and 1 gray, to make cover orientation faster when putting it on. Some other shade or color than the main cover, and different from each other ... so you'll always know that black goes on the driver's mirror, for example.
Of course, if the cover has a front logo or something else unique, you might not need the colored mirror(s) idea. Stripes should also help; I ordered mine without, so it's just a big ball of material