I've purchased the iLoome Tempered glass screen protector (9H) and am currently using it on my 5s. Eventually I'll have to replace it but when I do I want to get a much thinner one this time. I've done a bunch of research on all the other options out there (Spigen slim, nano slim, etc) and these two are by far the thinnest ones out there. The Mime Feather glass is 0.15 mm thick and still retains the same 9H hardness as tempered glasses. The thing that concerns me however is if there'll be chipping issues as I've read about on these forums before. The iLoome flex glass has an 8H rating and is very thin (0.12 mm) since its supposedly bending flexible glass. Which is why I'm still skeptical as if it's really 100% real glass and not just some plastic with a glass like feel coating to it. To anybody who's use one or both of these products perhaps you can answer my questions to the best to your abilities: 1) The tempered glass can absorb the impact if you were to drop your phone and the screen protector will shatter in its place. Can the Mime feather glass still do the same even with a 0.15 mm build? 2) How much harder is 9H from 8H? Like if I get the flex one and I accidently drop the phone face down on it's face, will it crack and save my normal screen from cracking just like the 9H premium tempered glass will? 3) Are both these screen protectors more prone to scratches? I've read on other sites that the Mime is a bit more prone to scratches and chipping and that the flex glass is far more prone to scratches. Is this true? 4) How is the cut out for the home button? I can feel the gaping hole with the 9H tempered glass, how deep is it with the Mime feather glass and the Flex glass? 5) Like I said, I am still skeptical if the Flex glass is real glass and can absorb the impact like a 9H tempered glass would. I've looked for drop tests on YT but found nothing. 6) If there are other better screen protectors just like these, which do you recommend and why? Thanks.