My iSkin ProTouch FX (purple) is ~1 month old, and, well, the pictures tell the whole story... As you can (hopefully) see from those images, all of the keys have fading all around the edges which looks horrible in real life. And I won't even mention the spacebar. So, is this supposed to happen or something? I know I have a 1-year warranty, and I contacted them and they said they would be "happy to provide me with warranty service." Thing is, "warranty service" will probably take a long time. Certainly enough time to ruin my keys with the grease spots because my fingers are very oily. I have another option: I could pick up one of those TopCase keyboard covers for $2 on Amazon and then get "warranty service" done on my iSkin. I really like the metallic gold one and it looks pretty nice on a YouTube video (except, of course, you get what you pay for - the letters aren't really lined up, you can't see the backlight very well and the F-keys are wrong). Are those $2 keyboard covers any good? They're made of the same silicone like the iSkin, I guess, right? It's just that with $30 wasted on a piece of silicone, I am not going to tolerate it deteriorating like that. What do you people say?