Nightmare to install Hey guys, Just thought that I would add in my two cents regarding the Zagg InvisibleShield (front). In short, installation was a nightmare. I spent over 45 minutes -- after having read the manual, watched a couple of YouTube instructional videos, and ensured that my entire working area was dust-free, clean, and ready -- trying to get the little piece of tacky film on my iPad. I sprayed my fingers, sprayed both sides of the protector film, and then proceeded to attempt to get the film on the screen. Despite being slippery, it stuck quickly and stretched unnaturally ("military-grade", my foot!), and after ten minutes of fiddling with trying to position and slide it properly, it folded in upon itself and became useless. I spent the rest of the time trying to get it unfolded and repositioned. After a frustrating session, I called it quits and tossed the film. It's so unforgiving that I cannot honestly see how Zagg expects the typical consumer to install this themselves. I consider myself very dexterous (I'm a pianist, for example, and this finger-work was far more ridiculous than anything I have ever dealt with). I am considering having Best Buy or a Kiosk install the product, but I really have to know if you guys think it's worth it, or, if there's a screen for front protection that will do the trick without giving me a coronary. Thoughts? Thanks!