I ordered on Monday (I think, maybe Tuesday) and received the skins today. Fast shipping. Check. The skins come nicely packaged, in a sturdy envelop and minimal product packaging. 2 sets of skins, an application card, which is really all you need. You make your own solution (which I do anyway) with 1 drop baby shampoo and water. This stuff is awesome. It's the same material as the other products but has little to no orange peel effect. I tested durability and it does recover from little marks like the other stuff, almost self healing. Anyway, installation was easy (I've probably installed 30 of these things for friends, family, co workers and my own devices) I love doing them. This stuff is very well cut and fits perfectly. Precision cuts. Check. Here are some pics, mind you I pretty much JUST finished so this is not even close to the final look. Once these skins dry they tend to look better. Overall I am thrilled with this product and the company. Update: After drying and being out the sunlight there is an EVER so slight orange peel effect but it's minimal. I was in a darker house last night and didn't even notice it a bit, only in direct sunlight did I see it a little. Matte Full Body Coverage At the time of these photos I had just installed the skin, so you may see some lighter areas, that's will eventually evaporate and dry clear like the rest of the back. Decided to try the matte full body that Phantom Skinz sent me. I have to say, I freaking love it. The matte can't be done justice in pics, you have to feel and see it in person to understand how awesome it looks and feels. Not to mention it totally removes the finger prints. I was hesitant to try matte because of how amazing the Iphone 4 design is and how slick it looks, but seriously with the matte back it maintains it's amazing looks and manages to look even a bit more classy? Something about it, but VERY nice and less tacky feeling due to the smoother finish. Also it helps when the phone is in your pocket telling which side is which. The pics make the skin look a little "rougher" than it actually is, just the way the camera catches the texture I guess. This is the matte back and sides: Good stuff.