Spigen has been on the scene for a while now and they always seem to deliver the goods no matter what device you may have. That reputation definitely follows suit with the GLAS.t screen protector we have the pleasure to feature today. For me personally I have always been on the lookout for the perfect screen protector as I usually prefer to protect my devices with the most minimal amount of bulk as possible. While there are plenty of other screen protectors out there to choose from I never consistently kept them on just because of the dreaded bubble or reduction in clarity of the screen that just downgrades the whole experience of using that shiny new Apple gadgetry. Things are about to be flipped on their head however with the introduction of the GLAS.t Premium Tempered glass screen protector. To put it simply there is not another screen protector out there period that is going to be this nice. There is a reason why the GLAS.t cost more than twice as much as your normal screen protector. The thing that makes the GLAS.t so unique is the fact that its made of tempered glass and not vinyl or plastic. I shouldnt even need to tell you what that means for your iPads screen and the extra protection thats going to give your from the dreaded scratch or small drop. After removing the screen protector from the box you can see right away how high the quality of the glass is and just how thin it is while still having enough rigidity to properly protect your iPads retina screen. The GLAS.t is 0.4mm thick which seems like its the sweet spot in between not being too thick and just thick enough to give that needed protection. Installing the GLAS.t is basically a one shot deal. I must admit this can be a little nerve racking but I actually found the install to be fairly easy. Since the only cutout you align up straight is the home button I was actually able to install the screen protector fairly easily in seconds without sweating bullets. Once you have it placed properly you just press gently with your finger in the middle of the screen and the strong silicon adhesive does most of the work for you and attaches to your iPad in a breeze. Once installed the outcome is simple stunning. It as if there is no screen protector present when looking at the screen either on or off. The GLAS.t has the same oleophobic coating that the iPads screen shares so the look and feel of to the touch is exactly the same. I cannot emphasize enough how great the GLAS.t looks on the iPads retina screen. There is absolutely no decrease in clarity to be seen at all. Even at the closest of distances the iPads retina screen is still crystal clear which cannot be said by any other screen protector out there today. The only issue I had at all with the GLAS.t was that I could not get a few small bubbles to come out from around the border of the iPad. Even though they are very faint I still do want to mention them and they have not disappeared over a week now. While this is not an issue with a white iPad as shown since its much harder to see, I could see this being a nagging problem for a black iPad as it would be much easier to see those flaws around the border. The actual screen itself is flawless with not a bubble or flaw to be seen. The fitment of the GLAS.t is right on the money all the way around. I have not used a screen protector period that has been this accurate as far as dimensions go which is welcomed with open arms. I cannot tell you how many installs I have done where you try and try with all youre might but the fitment of the screen protector just dont line up making it unusable. Not the case with the GLAS.t though it wears the crown in this aspect as well. Since the GLAS.t is thicker than your average screen protector there is a slight crevasse to be seen on your home button. I know with their iPhone 4 version of the GLAS.t they provide various home button adapters to make the fitment flush but for some reason they dont with the iPad. Hopefully that changes soon as that is a needed addition in my opinion but overall doesnt detract from using the iPad its just something I think they should have included for the price you pay. The only way of telling the GLAS.t is installed is by holding the iPad sideways and you can slightly see the raised edge around the trim of the iPad. This is a good thing as it basically morphs into the iPad making it nearly invisible. I have to say I had high hopes for the GLAS.t and just about every one of them was met. This is by far the best screen protector money can buy for the New iPad from the high grade materials to the OEM fit and finish everything is just perfect. I would recommend the GLAS.t in a heartbeat to anyone who wants to buy one screen protector that will last the life of their device under proper use and also not take away from the beauty that is the New iPads retina screen.