I already asked this in a thread specifically about 11” touch issues with a protector, but figured most would miss it, and it is something I would appreciate MRF oppinion on: I accidentaly found someone on this forum mentioning how a screen protector (plastic one, PaperLike) ruined their screen by leaving residue that couldn’t be removed. First time I’ve ever heard of such a thing - I removed several plastic protectors before (including PaperLike) with no residue at all. I’ve googled and haven’t seen anyone complain (the only person that mentions this issue was that forum poster - and this was their one and only post on MRF, so I can’t really know if it’s even reliable) So.... paranoid as I am - anyone worried about adhesives and such? I currently have a PaperLike on my 12.9” 3rd gen iPad Pro and I am mostly satisfied with it.... but the thought of it leaving some unremovable adhesive on the screen makes me want to take it off immediately and check the screen - something I wouldn’t like to do, since I like the feel of it and I hate putting these on. Since a lot of people use screen protectors here, I thought I’d ask if they ever had any issues with residue, upon removing the film from the screen. I am mostly interested in plastic ones, as I only use matte ones for the Pencil feel, but any thoughts are welcome, really. Thanks.