This review is for SGP's new product: the Ultra Fine Anti-Fingerprint SP (still in beta). Those that own the SGP Oleophobic SP know that it's virtually indistinguishable from the glass it's designed to protect. I'm providing pictures of it to provide contrast between it and SGP's new product. First let's get the Oleo shots out of the way: Now for the Ultra Fine Anti-Fingerprint. The packaging is standard fare for SGP and is very tastefully done. Immediately after installing (which was a snap btw), it's obvious this is designed for that segment of the market with zero tolerance for fingerprints. You won't ever see smudges or prints, just this sheen. The cutouts for this film were also standard SGP, absolutely perfect. Seeing as how SGP already has an Anti-Fingerprint SP, this product seems targeted at those that want "more". Exactly what that "more" is isn't clear (no pun intended). It could be added clarity (presumably to take advantage of the new class of high res screens like Retina), or possibly more contrast, or less drag. Fortunately I had a spare PS Anti-Glare (not the "HD") that I had for my old 3GS (I just slapped this on my iP4 for this test). Comparing the PS Anti-Glare and SGP Ultra Fine Anti-fingerprint, I notice the SGP has significantly less drag. The grain pattern on the SGP is noticably more even (perhaps even "tighter"), possibly owing to a better chemical process. Clarity comparison It's no surprise that the Oleo is significantly clearer than the "Anti" products. Still, for some this reduction in clarity is going to be well worth it for never having to be concerned with smudges and prints. The differences become harder to discern among the two "Anti" products. Given this, I'm not so sure now whether the PS "HD" is significantly better than it's predecessor. Hopefully someone will put that to the test soon. Power Support Anti-Glare SGP Ultra Fine Anti-Fingerprint SGP Oleophobic Overall my impressions are, the quality of the SGP Ultra Fine Anti-Fingerprint is fantastic. If you're looking for an Anti-Fingerprint/Glare film, you'd be really hard pressed to do better than this. That said I'm still going back to my Oleo as a matter of personal preference. To me the glossy appearance of glass is worth the diminished capability to resist prints.