Not to hijack your thread, but I have never understood the appeal of the Anti-Glare. I actually prefer the glossy and really don't have an issue with reflections. I like the black boarder and the glass over my screen, as it helps to protect it especially when screen cleaning.
I like the looks of the glossy screen with the black border, but I ordered an anti-glare screen because I also ordered the 27" monitor with the glossy screen. This way, I'll have both and can compare images.
I got the anti-glare for a couple reasons, first I'm a director so I constantly bring my laptop to shoots so I need to be able to actually see the screen, second because I have a glossy 27in cinema display at home that I connect my mbp to. But I actually was about to switch to the glossy screen which is admittedly more vibrant and sharp but followed my better judgment and didn't.
I definitely prefer the glossy for a "final product" like watching a video or photos. The colors seem to be more rich and deep on glossy when viewed side to side with anti-glare. The anti-glare looks great too but color depth (for me anyways) looked a bit diffused/less sharp and didn't have the rich subtle shades as glossy (look at the blacks side to side). All that said, I decided anti-gloss would be better for my eyes - to stare at all day (with a lot of bright white on the screen) and the fact that the high end 2.3ghz cpu for the 15" in store only came with anti-glare sealed the deal for me. FWIW