I have been using XO Skins for years and installed it on my iPad 3 a few days ago. I used the code byublue for $3 off the $24.95 price here ipad 3rd generation screen protector -Shipping Took 2 days using first class usps and it came packaged in a tube with a spray bottle, squeegee, instructions, and the ipad protector. I also got the micro fiber cloth for $2.95 for two to carry around and wipe the screen down. -Installation The install took only a minute. Read through the instructions before starting and you should do fine. I always wash my hands before but I don't dry them after. This will keep you from leaving finger prints on the sticky side. Make sure the ipad surface is clean and the peel the protector away from the backing and spray it down with the spray they send. Position it on the ipad and start to squeegee. Squeegee away from the home button so you don't fill your ipad with the spray. If it looks like its in the right spot, let it sit and dry. Inspect it now for and specs of dust under the skin, you will be able to feel them. If you find any, you can wet your finger, peel it back, pick off the dust, respray, and the squeegee it out. If you run out of spray, you can just top off the bottle with tap water. -Dry time You may notice some haze or bubbles that appear as it is drying out. If you see any leave them alone, they could take a day or two to dry out, but they will go away, don't force them out or it could stretch the skin. Mine took overnight to cure and clear up. Here is my pic. Also they have an install video on their product page that may help you out. http://youtu.be/dJfkwIIQ-sA This is their Main video, http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qoMRO4OiXw4 it shows how it stops a dremel, sander, and drill. It also shows off how the skin stops finger prints and smudges and fills in scratches. This does NOT have orange peel like other military protectors and has a lifetime warranty. I have only had to use my warranty once and their customer service was awesome.