Ordered my Steinheil crystal protector and got them today. Just applied the screen to the Incredible. So far, it looks great! First, the "free" bonus: Steinheil's crystal protector has a cutout for the directional control pad (the circular button/pad at the bottom of the phone). When you remove the first part of the protector's shipping sheet, don't throw the circular cutout part away! Set it aside... Why? Because it makes a perfect fit over the phone's camera lens! (The opening to the CMOS has about a 1/12th of an inch bezel underneath the glass, so the edges of the circular cutout of the screen protector are well outside of the sensor's visible area -- so you will not see circular vignetting in your pictures!) I doubt this was part of the plan, but it works great and does not affect picture quality in any way that I could discern whatsoever. My screen application tips: 1. Use good microfiber. I use an automotive grade buffing towel with a nice thick nap. 2. Use the auto detailer's trick of looking at a reflected halogen light off the glass. If you don't have halogen, a florescent will do. Otherwise, good old fashioned incandescent will work. The idea is to see all the dust or bits left behind on the screen before you apply the protector. 3. Before even getting the protector ready, get a piece of adhesive tape (regular old Scotch brand Magic Tape is perfect -- the one in the green tartan packaging) and roll it around itself loosely so that you have a ribbon of tape with the sticky side out. You can pinch the tape this way and dab the remaining particles off of the screen. 4. Align the screen per the instructions and lay it down. If there is any dust, it has now attached itself to the screen. Pull the screen up and use the tape to dab the dust off. This all worked for me. I have a flawless screen install!