Yeah, I'm bored at work. This is the Ron Popiel set it and forget it method. People complain about installing skins on an Iphone because let's be honest, it can be a bitch and a true test of patience. I do these installs all the time for people (have easily done over 20 for Iphone alone) and one tip that produces perfect results EVERY time is to use Saran Wrap. Get your skin on, align it how you like it and make sure the entire back of the phone is squeegeed off and there are no bubbles. Don't even worry about the corners, sides and top and bottom, make your goal to get the back nice and flat and all the water out. Also do a test to make sure the sides are even on both sides, you can tell by comparing both sides of the chrome to make sure both sides go up as high. When the corners, sides, top and bottom start to get sticky, take them and slowly get them to stick Press each corner into your palm for 30 seconds and get the corners pieces, sides and bottom and top where you want them, they should be stuck, but don't worry if they aren't fully adhered, as long as the alignment is where it should be. I would say at least 20 minutes before using the saran wrap. The best way to apply these skins is once you get the corner flaps to just stick in place, use saran wrap to tightly wrap your phone for about 15-20 minutes and the sides, top, bottom and corners practically infuse with the phone. Seriously, the saran wrap does such an amazing job getting that stuff to stick without having to babysit the damn corners all night. It pushes it down so good you almost can't see it. Without the saran wrap plan on tending to those flaps for some time. The saran wrap really pushes the shield down and the results are perfect. You can use less saran wrap than I did. heh Here are some pics: After saran wrap: This is actually an invisible shield install (ignore the dust, it looks perfect) but personally I have a BSE on my phone. The saran wrap not only makes this easier but it really makes the skin last longer because it does such an amazing job of keeping the skin nice and tight to the phone during the curing process. I usually just take the phone and place it in a square size piece of saran wrap, first fold the saran wrap TIGHTLY around each of the four corners, then do the sides, top and bottom, folding in from all directions. Pull the saran wrap as tight as you can without ripping it. Good luck.