I haven't seen a review of the splash screen protector yet so I decided to provide a detailed account for those who are considering it. I ordered the protector from amazon for $22 shipped after reading positive reviews there. . To provide context I have used power support and steinheil screen protectors in the past on my iphones and ipads and I have gotten pretty good at installing them. Now for the review. The package Your $22 gets you three screen protectors, a small and cheap microfiber cleaning cloth, and an application card. Each screen film is covered with a front and back plastic, which is nice since it protects the film during installation. Installation I installed the protector in my bathroom with the shower running to minimize dust. After a thorough cleaning I started from the camera side and slowly removed the first piece of plastic as I worked my way down to the home button. Unfortunately the hole for the home button did not align correctly and I had to pull it up and reapply, but in the end it went on with minimal dust, all of which I was able to remove using a piece of tape. In comparison with steinheil and power support the installation process is comparable and I was left without a single bubble or spec of dust after 5 minutes of work. Fitment The fitment is Ok but not as good as steinheil which I always found to be perfect. The holes for the home button and camera are slightly larger than I would like (see pictures), but are reasonably sized. The corners of the screen protector do not seem to be contoured correctly for the iPad 2 and I suspect this is an ipad 1 protector with a whole punched in it. Overall the fitment is acceptable considering the price. Film Quality Like all screen protectors that I have used their is a break in period where the screen is tacky. I just applied some car wax to it and it is just as easy if not easier to glide my finger over the filmed screen as it was on the unprotected glass. The film seems slightly thinner than both power support and steinheil protectors, but this doesn't bother me as I am not expecting drop protection. It does attract more finger prints than the glass, but is just as easy to clean off so far. Image quality The image quality of the screen appears to be affected slightly, but I can't pinpoint how. There is a slight rainbow effect that I have noticed, but it can only be seen in light reflections of outside light and is not at all distracting. The screen appears to be a bit darker as if the protector has a tint, but I cannot see a tint when holding one up to a light. I turned my brightness up slightly and can't notice a much difference now, but it is something to be aware of for people looking for protection. Text may be slightly grainier than without the protector, but I may just be over analyzing this. Overall image quality is certainly acceptable, but may not be as good as power support, which I have found to be perfect. Summary Overall, the splash screen films are well priced, easy to install, and are good quality. For $7 each, they are certainly worth considering over their much more expensive counterparts. Don't expect perfect image quality or fitment, but for those who are willing to accept this the splash screen film is an attractive option until more competition comes along.