Well I have the invisible shield on my iPhone and I figured that I would protect my new MacBook Pro aswell. I'm going to keep this thing for at least 5 years so what the heck right? First we'll talk about my tips for installation, then you can look at the pictures. First off, this install is not for the faint of heart or for those that lack patience. I wanted mine to be flawless so it took me 3hrs. Here's what I would recommend: 1. You don't want any dust particles to get underneath the film so here's what I did. Go into your bathroom and turn on a hot shower to steam up the room, this way the moist air will make the dust particles in the air settle. 2. Use TONS of application solution. I know you probably hear this a lot, but it is true. USE more than you think you need. Have a container of hot water aside just in case you need to refill the spray bottle. 3. Take your time to install the shield, start out with the bottom shield and start your way up.... ending with the large display piece last. 4. Have a pin or knife in reach. This is because just in case you get a hair or something underneath the shield, you can get it out without putting fingerprints on the film. 5. Have a BRIGHT light shining on your workplace, this will help you to see air bubbles underneath the film. Dont worry about thin layers of water trapped underneath the film too much, mine evaporated after 12hrs. 6. Actually wait 24hrs to turn back on your macbook. In the case that water got inside your macbook, it will have time to evaporate and your macbook wont get fried. If you were watching me do the install, you would be freaking out at how much water I was using but I waited for any water to dry and now I am typing from it. It's perfect. So don't worry about doing this invisible shield, the water is not a problem. Here are the pictures at last! Remember, I wanted a perfect install so It might look awesome but half of the awesomeness is because of the quality of the work, not the quality of the product. A lot of people say that the invisible shield is tacky, this is not the case of mine. Also, a lot of people say that the invisible shield has an "orange peel" effect. You be the judge, you can't see it in person. Although my invisible shield screen protector for my iPhone is tacky as hell, and has hella orange peel. But I don't care! Cause its protected! I included a picture of the invisible shield for that for comparison. You can go to my photobucket if you want to see the high resolution pictures, its Neil1138. Later guys! HAD TO TAKE DOWN IMAGES> SO GO TO MY PHOTOBUCKET IF U NEED PICS btw... Personally, I think that the part where the invisible shield goes into the keyboard is a design defect. Cause that part was the hardest and it didnt want to stay down. Also, when i was installing the large top piece, it folded down on itself and i was freaking out. But I finally got it sorted out. Oh, and the reason i think the iPhone invisible shield is tackier and more orange peely, is because... it costs less so I think ZAGG uses a lower quality film or something. Maybe that's just me but there is a visible difference between my invisible shield on my iphone and my macbook.