I just bought my first iPhone last week and am loving it. So glad I made the decision to get this over the Touch Pro 2. Anyway, I have been researching which screen protector to get and I settled on the Power Support Anti-Glare. I dropped by the local Apple Store last night to pick it up. Installation didn't go as easy as I thought and I ended up ruining the first one. Not really ruining it, per se. But once any particle of lint gets on the underside of these things it's not coming off and will create a bubble. That's neither here, nor there. I got the second applied perfectly. I love the feel of it and it definitely helps with fingerprints and smudges, but the clarity is off. I know all the reviews say that it's nothing to complain about, but it really is. If any loss in clarity and resolution might bother you, then I think you won't like this. I could almost live with it if it wasn't for these horizontal "scan lines" that I notice on the screen now. I know they aren't really scan lines, but there's something in the protector itself that makes it look like there are little lines of pixels. They don't "move" unless you move the phone. If I do any faint vertical rotating of the phone, then the lines appear to scroll up or down. It's very noticeable on a white background. I wish I could provide a better description. Is this normal and part of the screen protector material or do I have a bad batch? I'm contemplating returning this and maybe getting the clear one instead. I know it will have issues with fingerprints, but this issue I'm currently having with the anti-glare is almost too much for me to live with.