I received the SGP Ultra Optics screen protector yesterday. Previously I tried a wrapsol ultra. I liked the wrapsol, but I didn't install it well and there was no recovering it. Installation: Installation of the SGP was a breeze. It's a dry install and the cut is pretty precise. I didn't get the film aligned perfectly (it's a bit off to the left), but there is enough space in the cutouts to allow for imperfection like this. (I will update with photos later.) I got one tiny piece of lint underneath which was easily removed with the provided "dust removal stickers" (regular old tape works just as well, too). Overall the installation took me about 5 minutes. Texture: The texture is actually quite smooth to the touch. I really like it. The film does make a strange zipping sound when you swipe your finger across it. It's pretty quiet, though, and you don't really feel it. So unless you are in a completely silent room, you don't really notice. I've also found that the zipping sound is worse depending on the direction or angle of the swipe; it probably is worse when you're swiping against the grain. Clarity: The clarity seems pretty good for an anti-fingerprint type film. However, I must confess I can't attest 100% to the clarity of the screen. I've had my iPad 2 replaced twice, and the one I currently have seems to have the lower-quality display that some have complained about. So even before installing the Ultra Optics film, my display was a little fuzzy. With that said, I don't think it's gotten much fuzzier with the addition of the Ultra Optics film. I would say the clarity is probably at least 85-90% (way better than your typical anti-fingerprint film). Another thing I noticed was the film seems to make the white-balance a little more yellowish. It makes it feel more like looking at paper than an LCD somehow. Anti-Fingerprint properties: I've only had the film on for about half a day, but so far it is proving to be fingerprint resistant. I can provide a better update on this after a few days of use, so check back for that update. Disclaimer: I searched for a thread about this, but only found general threads about SGP or anti-glare protectors and not one for this particular screen protector in the iPad forums.