Careful now, I don't think we're supposed to talk about that. The ocean blue.... if those photos are color correct I couldn't get into that. Looks to me like it would be more at home on a compact car than a full-size luxury (or near luxury or run-of-the mill mainstream appliance oriented people mover; whatever Chrysler currently wants the identity of the 300 to be). I think in 2011 you could get a blue called sapphire blue. It was much lighter, almost a silver-blue. I thought that was an attractive color on the 300 as far as the blue hues they've had over the years. The green... my first take was it is interesting - I rather like it. My fear would be that it wouldn't age well. What I like today because it is different and rather unique might not hold its appeal and start grating on my nerves over time (been there with a 1977 dark jade green metallic Thunderbird I bought new in 1977). I've had a black 300, a red 300, and a pearl white 300 (currently). If Chrysler would motivate me to buy a new one (cough... 5.7+AWD...cough) my favorites right now would probably be the velvet red or the maximum steel.