Hi! As some of you already know, I just purchased a new 13" MacBook Pro 2015. This is my very first retina laptop, and I'm very excited! I come from a Core2Duo 2010 MacBook Pro, so figure it out! From several years, I've been reading about staingate. I don't want my screen to end up that way Also, I think a protective layer can help me to clean more easily the screen, without the risk of damaging it. The screen of my previous Mac, the 2010 one, was very easy to clean with water and dish cleaner. It was glass, without any coating. Now, this new MacBooks have a delicate layer of something that can degrade. So, I've decided to buy some protection to my 2015 MacBook Pro. Option 1: Matte film. This is a film by KWMobile, and it is a matte plastic film, preventing reflections -not my main purpose, although it can be a good extra- and users say that it does not dim or low the sharpness of the Retina display (I still have to see it with my own eyes). Option 2: Tempered Glass. This is a glass, with oleophobic coating. It is more protective than the KWMobile film, but probably it will ad a lot of glare. And weight. But if something impacts on the glass, it will be more protecting. Also, cleaning of the screen will be much easier than with matte film. But matte film is less prone to fingerprints and it is not a dust magnet like the glass. So, wich one would you choose?