Has anyone else been using Best Skins Ever for their Macbooks? I have been using it since about 2010 and I've pretty much put one on ever computer I've bought. Since I tend to upgrade every year it helps me keep the computer looking new so when i sell it later it has its' full value. I've always been impressed with their skins but I am now pretty much blown away after peeling it of both my wife's and my macbook pros. We decided to upgrade to retina macbooks but the two I just sold have been with us for about 2.5 years. Mine goes with me every weekend to my band's gigs where I use it to process our channel inserts, so it sees a fair amount of road use. My wife is not gentle with her computer either, letting our 2 year old play on it frequently. Since these two machines have been with us longer than we usual keep computers I wasn't expecting much, but after peeling the skins off and doing a good clean with isopropyl I am floored. Both machines look new. Not almost new. NEW. The aluminum looks like it just came from the factory. Well, we have now ordered our retina macbooks (late 2013 1TB models - woohoo!) and I ordered skins for the new computers too. They actually have a matte version which pretty much looks like nothing is on the computer. That was my main gripe with the previous version. Even though the shiny surface looked cool I think Apple products look much sleeker with a matter finish. http://www.bestskinsever.com/macbook-pro-15-inch-with-retina-display-skin I've never been into an Apple store with my ipad, phone or macbook without them all asking me what the heck product I had on it. Installation can be tricky but I have gotten good at it. Basically you clean the computer with isopropyl first, apply a mixture of dish soap and water to the skin backing as you peel it, and apply it wet. Then you can position it and use a credit card wrapped in a paper towel to squeegee out the bubbles. Any tiny bubbles that get caught after that disappear over time and the skin becomes like shrink wrap. Anyway, I don't work for them nor am I affiliated with them at all but I have covered every Apple product I have bought with their skins and everyone marvels at them. I never liked cases, especially since it takes away from the sleekness of the slim designs so now with the retina macbook being so thin and slick the last thing you want to do is put a case on it. Keep in mind it doesn't protect from dents or anything like that, but if you are careful with your stuff when you peel the skin off in a year or three it will look like a factory fresh machine underneath. Also, they tend to run pretty good sales around every holiday like buy-one-get-one or 30-40% off so you can get a spare in case you screw it up or get your device replaced under Applecare. Hope someone else discovers these cool skins and benefits from my experience. The two people that just bought our macbooks pros are blown away by how good they look even though they are used. This is a picture of the 2.5 year old macbook pro that went everywhere with me after I pulled the skin off. Literally like new.