The Pictures and Videos are at flickr, here is the link: http://flickr.com/photos/infamously/sets/72157607317290329/ (Video is up!) Preliminary thoughts: Front The front seems fine, looks great already. I cheated (actually it's easy to accidentally turn the iPod on while doing the back <_< ) and already turned it on. It doesn't seem to change the hue, at least that I noticed those few seconds. Back The jury is out on this one. I have a hunch it's actually cut slightly off, but will only measure it tomorrow. As the power switch is perfectly aligned, and headphone jack. But the dock connector is off slightly, and the Volume control buttons are touching one side of the guard. It also looks like crap on the back! I'll let it cure for the 24 hours and update this tomorrow evening, but I just don't see how it gets better, a lot of micro bubbles too. I tried to get it down 3 times, following the box's and video's instructions. Side notes Used all the solution. The squeegee is lame, same as a credit card, I'd rather have something rubber, but i just used a microfiber cloth wrapped around the squeegee instead. I think it changes the sound of the built in speaker a lot. makes it muffled (as the speaker uses the back metal case to amplify it and probly tuned for it). My guess is the plastic/cover/guard nullify the vibrations, but wont know for sure till tomorrow. Final Thoughts: Simple: It's a buy Long: They do cure, they do get rid of the bubbles after time, and there really is not "tint" to it. Just clear, shiny aluminum with a plastic über protector. It's got a great grip, already saved me from dropping it accidentally a foot. You wouldn't have a problem even with sweaty jogger hands The neatest side effect is you can definitely see any engraving you have, it makes it pop out a bit, very slick and professional like. No scratches from keys, nail clippers, pen, mechanical pencil, and iPod cable connector. One thing I did love was the front protector, it's hard to get grimy to the point it's actually annoying to touch/slide fingers around the screen, this occasionally happened with just the screen for me. If you do have any issues, there support is really helpful! All I do suggest is to look at pictures on page 2 of the man that had them perfect, and line up the bottom headphone jack as pictured and go from there. As there is no picture included of a finished product to base it on My only other complaints is the squeegee is pretty lame, it's same as a business card. I think something with a rounded edge, and not as stiff would be better. As I have the skid marks from getting a bubble out because it actually would "pull" the plastic when it would get stuck. My suggestion is use something else as a squeegee. or wrap it in some micro fiber cloth, so it's not as blunt/sharp. It did NOT scratch it however, so don't worry about that. I don't like ratings, but It is worth the money. Feel free to ask any questions! *UPDATE* Here are some pictures provided by BodyGuardz as to what the final should look like. It does get that clear! Reason for providing is it is simply a easy way to know how much space to leave around things and how to line it up properly. Enjoy! Look at flickr if you want them bigger.