And speaking of using a screen protector, I've used one for the last year on my G1 and had the bodyguardz on my droid when I got it, but after taking it off recently b/c of some dust/dirt that was bothering me, I don't think I'm going back to a protector. The feel and the look of the screen really are so much better w/o a protector, and I'm very careful when handling my phone anyway. I can honestly say that I think I'd rather deal w/ a few, light scratches from regular use and enjoy the look and feel of my screen than use a protector that hinders the feel and view of the screen.
I saw the video of the guy Rubbing a key back and forth on the screen..and then Dropping a ring of keys about 3 ft onto the screen..and not even a nick...I like the feel of the screen without...I had one for a week..and it made the touch screen less responsive. I am Going BareBack for now...
I've only had my phone for three days. I picked up the Verizon Droid screen protectors today and they don't seem to change the responsiveness of the screen at all. Easy to apply, no liquid or anything--just line it up and go.
I don't know if I'll just stick with these or get something else, but I was getting nervous about leaving the phone unprotected. Yes, I may be worrying too much, but I do that.
Had the Zagg Invisible Shield on my previous phone (LG Dare) and really loved it. A little more resistance to sliding your finger but not tooooo much. I've got the Verizon protector on my Droid and I don't really care for it. The edges do not seem to seal nearly as well as the Zagg and it has a few bubbles under it too that haven't been able to get out yet (only 2 days though).
When I bought the phone the saleslady told me that if you scratch the screen it is not covered by warranty. She really pushed using protection. Not sure if I would feel comfortable without it.
Thinking of buying the Zagg but haven't totally decided.