Hi, I thought I'd post some pictures and thoughts about using a full body skin (in my case without the front screen protector) on the iPhone 6. Skins might not suit everyone, especially if you are looking for protection from drops, but for protection from scratches they add a tough layer of protection (the material is tougher than you might firstimagine) that leaves no trace once removed. I've used one of these on my iPad Air (along with a smart cover) since shortly after it was released, and I've never looked back. I did also try to use a full body skin on my iPhone 5s but the design doesn't work well with them, they work best with curved devices without hard edges. If you examine devices using a full body skin up close you will see flaws and trapped lint and dust, but once you get more than about a 30cm they skin looks almost invisible. One way to reduce the chance of trapped particles under the skin, is to apply the skin in a steamed room (such as a shower room after the shower has been running for a while), this prevents dust from floating about in the air. I've attached some macro pictures of my iPhone 6 with the skin applied. I did a pretty rush job as you can see, but as I previously said, these are not visible to the naked eye unless up close. They are also quite tricky to apply unless you have plenty time and patience in order to do a perfect job. Any questions, feel free to ask. Paul.