This is probably going to be one of the strangest inquiries on this forum. But the logic behind this is quite simple. I've been using an older unibody MacBook Pro when the antiglare option wasn't available. Although I hate the glossiness, I like the additional glass layer, which makes the LCD display tougher. This is pretty important especially when you have two nosy preschoolers who simply love tapping and prodding the screen. The glass layer adds a layer of protection. I'm now thinking of getting a new MacBook Pro and am considering the antiglare option. But I'm worried this means that there is no longer that additional glass layer. So my question is simple. For those who own a MBP with an antiglare screen: what does the surface of the screen feel like? Does it leave transient color "smudges" when you put some pressure on it, like a regular twisted nematic panel? Or is it tougher like an IPS panel?