Hey guys I just got done plastidipping my macbook pro. The idea was to take it back to the early 90s with some beige. They don't have the same perfect color of an old mac with just the right amount of yellowing due to age, but they have cammo tan and thats good enough for me. I took the whole computer apart including the keyboard and the battery level detector circut beforehand. The plastidipping took forever. I kept having to start over becaue the plastidip kept pealing off of the edges. Its still doing that a bit. I found it helps if you spray some on the back as well. After doing multiple thin coats of tan I then hit it with some glossifier. it doesnt look that glossy but it did help knock down the texture a bit and make it easier to handle without gripping every peice of lint in a 3 mile radius. next i want to color the light up apple on the back with the original rainbow colors of the logo. All in all idk if id do it again. Its too much hastle. I might rather just actualy paint it, or get a case. I found that masking tape does not work to mask off areas. also the hole where the power button goes needs to be perfectly clean of plastidip or you will ahve problems with the power button.