After vacuuming the room and leaving the air purifier on high for an hour or so, I began applying my Bodyguardz full body protector for the Macbook Pro 13. This is the HARDEST application I have ever done, as it is so huge. It's pretty hard not to get the protector sticking onto itself or dust not to get onto the protector. It took me an hour just to align the top protector on top of the LCD as the slightest mis-alignment would make the protector to go off the edge of the lid. I ended up using the whole bottle of application solution (there were 2 included) just for the top piece as the humidity was pretty low too. The side pieces were easily done, although one of the pieces required a little bit of trimming to fit. The bottom was the most difficult one to apply as all the screws had to fit perfectly through the protector's cutouts. It was impossible not to get dust or lint onto the protector during application but its hard to notice unless I look real close. This application totally finished my second bottle of application solution so I was left was none to apply the protector around the keyboard. It's good that I still have a bottle or two left from the iPhone kits and was able to apply the one for the touchpad as well. Despite this being the slimmest form of protection there is, I don't think I'd ever want to go through all that stress ever again unless there is some trick to the application process that I missed! Speck cases it is next time!