Hi. I purchased my iPhone 3G S, and a Powersupport Anti-Glare protective film to go along with it. I applied the anti-glare immediately after taking the phone out of its box. After using it for a while, I noticed something. I also have an iPod touch 2nd gen. And I noticed that my iPod touch's screen is a tiny, tiny bit more sensitive. I do not have any screen protectors on my iPod touch. On my touch, if I just barely barely tap the screen, it registers. However on my 3G S with the anti-glare on, if I barely, barely tap the screen it does not register. I have to apply a little pressure to my tap for it to register. I don't actually have to press or press hard (or apply noticeable pressure by any means), but like I said I have to tap the screen with a tiny bit of pressure. However this does affect my iPhone's overall responsiveness. I have not had any problems getting things to register. But even though my iPhone 3G S is responsive with the anit-glare on, my iPod touch's touch screen is more sensitive. Like I said, if I just BARELY tap the screen on my touch, it registers, however that's not the case with my iPhone. Has anyone else with the ant-glare, noticed this small (barely there) decrease of sensitivity? If not can someone with the 3G S and the anti-glare lightly tap their screen (as lightly as they can) to see if it registers? Do you think this difference in sensitivity between my touch and my iPhone, be due to the anti-glare protective screen? Or could it just be my iPhone that's somehow less sensitive than it should be (I called Apple and they said the iPod touch's touch screen's sensitivity is the same as the iPhone's)? I would take the anti-glare off and test my iPhone's touch screen without it, to see if it becomes as sensitive as my touch, but I can't risk taking it off. Thank you!