've had my Galaxy s4 glass replaced 2 times. 1) Dropped my phone, and the glass fractured along the entire screen. I put a screen protector over it to keep my fingertips from getting cut After the first repair, a visible spec of white lint/dust(?) got underneath the glass. I decided to let that go, as a sort of reminder to be more careful with my stuff. Also, because the rim of the top part was no longer sealed, dust managed to get in there, making the front-facing camera "clouded". By the time I noticed this, I've long moved out of the region where the repair place was, so I had to let that go. Otherwise, the phone worked fine, I was satisfied with the work done 1.5) I was near a repair shop to see if I could get my internal camera fixed. It was this guy who pointed out that THAT portion at the bezel top was NOT sealed, so that's why dust was getting in there. Paid a bit of money, he cleared it, replaced it with a new camera, and put some kind of seal/epoxy? into it. Unfortunately, I picked at it, and there's now a gap. I can take a business card, slide it in there, and scoop out some of that dust 2) dropped phone again, but only the top part was fractured (where you'd swipe from to open up Android Notifications) The 2nd repair traded 1 problem for others... +the screen was no longer fractured -The charging/notification light isn't really visible since there seems to be something opaque over that. That light only leaks out from the top -the digitizer is off. It's much more difficult to drag and long press. At this point, between replacing the glass on own or getting a replacement Galaxy s4, which makes more sense?