The Good -- The finish (matte) is perfect for the aluminum of the macbook air/pro - it looks nice and feels relatively good. It is easy to apply, though I think they could ship a bit more solution for full body coverage. Their customer support (so far) has been good. We will see how it continues. The bad ---- The small packaging caused two problems with skins for two devices. One sharp corner on the back of the air skin was peeling back. This area does not want to adhere to machine. I have installed MANY skins and I know the tricks.. I may be able to get it to stay by remoistening and actually holding it for a long time, but it's a huge pita - and it's an area that will snag later, I can already tell. A kindle screen cover which is a dry install. It is a very stiff film and it was bent so much i can't see it ever lying down. This is largely irrelevant as problem two precludes me from even bothering with the kindle screen cover and is annoying for the macbook air. The cuts are extremely imprecise. They are cutting way too small - now this is relative - but a few millimeters too small on each edge not only means protection that is not edge to edge but also a more visible seam more likely to attract dust. The kindle screen cover is basically useless, it is WAY too small and I have no desire to have a 3mm border on my screen - very distracting. The largest problem on the air is the trackpad, which is about 3 mm too 'thin' Top to bottom is alright (not perfect) but side to side is really not wide enough. They could cut 2mm wider and still have leftover room. Again, the main issue is the now inability to fully use the trackpad edge to edge and the attraction of dirt to the seam. So this is hard to say one way or the other. I think given the imprecision it's hard to recommend, but otoh I really like the matte finish for the air. I'm not sure who else may offer a matte cover, but I'm sold on that aspect. It's a pity they choose the packaging which deforms the skin rather than a 'do not bend' sort of package. I think given the lack of precision the product is too expensive to be frank - and I bought it on sale. BSE has better cuts by far, but I prefer the wrapsol install (wet) and the finish. For those of you who bought a kindle to get the coupon *and kept it like good boys and girls* skip the kindle protector, it is really, really bad.. and expensive. If you are careful and have done skin installs before.. you can gently 'stretch' the main top and bottom covers to get closer to the sides, but it is time consuming and could lead to frustration if you then shift or bubble the skin. Hope that helps someone.