When I ordered my Incredible, I got my son a Samsung Rogue - a touchscreen multimedia phone. While waiting for SGP to come out with our protectors, I went ahead and ordered the Rogue anti-fingerprint screens for him. Since I had a left-over, I thought I'd test it on my phone and compare it to the naked glass. As you can see by the photos below, I applied it over the top half, and left the bottom bare. My impressions: first, the feel is NICE. It is actually slicker than the glass, and even the lightest touch registered on the screen. ZERO effect on the sensitivity - none at all. My problem with the AF screen, though, is that it does ever-so-slightly affect the image clarity. I'm afraid the photos don't quite do the experience justice, as my camera seems to add some noise to bare glass parts, but the images under the protector do seem a bit grainy. If you look at the home screen image at the oval around the word "Maps", you can get a good comparison between the bare glass and the AF screen. It is slightly less bright, too, but not adversely so, in my opinion. Bottom line for me: I think I can live with the fingerprints more than I can the slight (and it is only slight - 5%-ish?) loss in clarity, so I'll be getting the Crystal Clear ones - as soon as they are back in stock.