Quick background: I bought a GT350 with 700 miles on it 3 weeks ago. The original owner purchased it new in November 2020 so it has been about 6 months and I figured I would go to the local Ford dealer to get its first oil change (car now has a little over 1,000 miles on it). I drove it home yesterday from the dealership and today when I pulled it out of the garage to wash it there was a small puddle of oil on my epoxy garage floor. It wasn’t large, but it was more than a few drops. After washing it I looked under the car and it seems the oil was coming from a small notch in the plastic panel near the drain plug. I assume that when they pulled the plug the tech was sloppy and got oil in the notch and it sat in there until I got home then dripped out as it sat in my garage. It isn’t coming from the area where the filter or the plastic door to access the filter are located. I’m annoyed because they should have taken better care to clean up after draining the oil. It’s a freaking 350, not an ‘89 Taurus! I’m thinking of calling the dealer tomorrow, telling them I’m bringing it back and I want them to check to make sure the plug is in correctly (the plug and area immediately around it are clean), check to make sure the filter is torqued to spec, and to clean off any excess oil that may be hanging around due to a sloppy tech. The only question is, should I raise a big stink about this? Also, I plan to tell them that I’m not waiting 90 minutes like I did yesterday. I want them to take it in immediately, get it up on a lift, and I want to watch the clowns look it over. Thoughts on how harsh I should be? Also, for reference I've included a picture. The arrow points to the notch in the panel where it was oily, right below the drain plug. The plug is further forward than where it was oily so I assume the issue to be a sloppy tech because the oil flows out of the drain hole further than where it was oily. Also, after pulling it in and out of the garage to wash it I found no oil on driveway or in the garage. I wiped down the plastic as well as I could because it is tough to reach and I don’t have a jack for low profile vehicles.