So over the last couple weeks of enjoying my Droid Incredible... I have used both the InvisibleShield and PhantomSkinz screen protectors on the phone. Below are the five reasons why I believe that PhantomSkinz is better than InvisibleShield. 1. PhantomSkinz is cheaper. I paid $7.50 total for the PhantomSkinz, and shipping was free. InvisibleShield was $12.50 plus $2.50 for shipping. 2. PhantomSkinz sends you 2 screen protectors, while InvisibleShield only sends you 1. Having a back up is very helpful because installation is not all that easy with both of these screen protectors. 3. The PhantomSkinz screen protector is much thinner than the InvisibleShield. It is nearly impossible to notice the screen protector while I'm using the device, the InvisibleShield was much easier to see on the device. 4. The PhantomSkinz screen protector is a lot less sticky than the InvisibleShield. I honestly do not think there is any difference between the PhantomSkinz screen protector and the actual screen on the phone in regards to how well your finger slides over the screen. 5. PhantomSkinz has amazing customer service. I also installed a PhantomSkinz screen protector on my girlfriends Ipod... I botched the first installation, and then I did better on the second, but I noticed a couple of small scratcher near the bottom of the screen protector. I called PhantomSkinz customer service, and they are shipping me out two new Ipod screens free of charge!! I have not had any interactions with InvisibleShield's customer service, but most of the stuff I have read on forums say they are pretty awful/non-existent. I did rnjoy my InvisibleShield for the small small period of time that I had it on my phone. I think that the one area it beats the PhantomSkinz protectors is in the amount of actual protection that it provides your screen. Again because it is thicker, the InvisibleShield just felt like it did a little bit more for overall scratch protection. The PhantomSkinz still does a very decent job in scratch resistance, so this should not be a deal breaker. So if you're still considering which screen protector to get for your phone, and you are ok with using a screen protector that requires a wet install (I actually prefer it over a dry/static install). I would definitely recommend that you purchase the PhantomSkinz screen protector.