EDIT: Added more photos a few posts down. I installed a space gray iMac Pro skin wrap on my 2019 iMac 5K. So not only does it have a faster i9 CPU than the base model iMac Pro, but it also looks the part! I'm calling it the iMac 5K Pro. I don't think I've seen anyone else post this here, so I'll try to answer some questions. I haven't decided if I'm going to keep it on yet, but if I do I may get the matching keyboard and mouse at some point. I'm a little bit of a perfectionist and I couldn't get it on as precisely as I had hoped. It's not bad. I had all my studio lights on while applying it so that I could get it lined up as well as possible and get the bubbles out. With only my backlight on, which is how I normally work if I'm not painting or taking photos, it's not bad and the imperfections are far less noticeable. I like how the whole thing is less distracting now with the space gray. The problem is that if you have to reapply it to make small adjustments like I did, it stretches it out a bit when removing it, which leads to an imperfect fitting. On the left side is where it stretched out, and it came up off the bottom slightly and I couldn't get it to stay down so there is a small sliver of silver that I notice when I have my overhead lights on. I trimmed it a little on the left where it was hanging off with an exacto knife, and even though I have good craftsmanship, it was very difficult to get a clean line down that side with the material slipping around on the aluminum where it folded over slightly. It's important to note that it only covers about halfway up the stand to the circle cutout, and it doesn't cover the back at all, so this is only really for people who don't have the back of their iMac visible or don't mind it only looking like an iMac Pro from the front. It works well for me. I bought it from Slickwraps when they had a 70% off sale a couple weeks ago and it took them forever to ship it but it finally arrived today. So it was like $9 plus $3 shipping. I wouldn't pay the full $30 for it, but I think if you use your iMac in a darker room where you're less likely to notice imperfections, or if you're better at applying this stuff than I am, it's not half bad. I think it looks a little better in the photo than in person. But it does have a sort of nice aluminum texture to it up close. Also they kinda squared off the top of one of the humps on the Apple Logo slightly, which is mildly annoying but not very noticeable in this darker room. Overall it's about what I expected which is why I didn't want to pay full price. Time will tell if I keep it on, but while writing this review it hasn't been bugging me and I actually quite like it. Though that left edge I might try to trim just a little bit more.