and my advice is to forget all these screen protector products and get one of the many open front cases that stays on the phone all the time yet provides drop protection. Unless you have access to an Intel dust-free clean room, dust is a real problem when you try to put these on. When you are putting them on, you better be able to do it right the very first time, because as soon as you try to peel it back and reset it, dust is going to start accumulating quite rapidly as any plastic product easily becomes charged and starts attracting it out of the air. Trying to wash it off and apply again becomes an effort in futility. The more you mess with it the more dust particles get stuck to the sticky side. With this knowledge I did the screen side in one and only one attempt. Got it on but slightly offcenter of the Home button, and only 1 speck of dust at the top by the camera. I'm not about to peel it back to try to remove it. Been there, done that. And it looks a hell of a lot better than the backside with it's countless dust particles firmly embedded in the film. It's never going to look as good as the glass and it was a real pain to install. One of the tradeoffs Apple made going with glass is that it is VERY hard to scratch. Break yes, but scratch, no, so you still need a case even with screen protectors. Wrapsol, or any other similar product is not going to help when you drop your phone on the concrete and fracture the glass, although it will probably hold the glass shards together, but what good is that? It's still going to look like crap. So when I can find a case I like and not sold out like that are now, I will happily peel off that crap and insert my shiney glass-exposed phone into the case and wipe it off occasionally with the micro fiber cloth than came with the Wrapsol.