I wanted to report briefly about my experiences with Photodon, whose anti-glare film I purchased for my MacBook Pro (Late 2008) to solve the glare problem off of the glass display. I purchased their MXT-MACBP15, which is a 0.0055" thin film with a thin silicon application (to "attach" to the display) that they claim has a surface hardness of 3H and greater than 90% transmittance. They also claim that this is not meant to preserve (or enhance) color accuracy. On the positive side, reflections are significantly reduced. Light hitting the display is now diffused over a larger surface, making it much less intense spot-wise and much more pleasant. However, there is a clear optical aberration that is introduced with this film. It looks a light RGB noise filter has been uniformly applied across the entire screen. There appears to be an omnipresence of the film, and the actual screen's contents appear distinctly behind it. Motion of light colors in the background can be irritating. Darker colors are much less affected by this. It appears that the light from the display is going through a set of refractions that are affecting its appearance, since it passes through not only the actual display interface but possibly air, glass, the thin silicon layer, the anti-glare film, and air again. I e-mailed them about the problem, and they offered me a store credit in the subtotal amount in lieu of a refund since I had applied the entire film. However, I cannot recommend the film at all because of this color aberration effect. It's immediately obvious and quite distracting.