Depends on how it affects the phone sliding into the base.
I first put on a full body Shield when I did my voyager. Takes some patience and skill. But the end result was great. Full coverage and scratch resistance. Loved it and done it on all my phones since even my storm. That was tricky with the gap in the screen
I really prefer Boxwave and Seidio. They are the both excellent clear screen protectors that dont require any water. You just have to clean with a Microfiber so that there is absolutely no dust. Then you put it on from the top down with a credit card wrapped with microfiber smoothing it down as you apply it. You'll always get a few tiny bubbles, which is no big deal. I usually gently try to get the bubbles out. It seems if you try to much, it leaves dents in the plastic. The other secret is to to try to get the top aligned right from the start. So, if you off a little bit, don't worry about. Because, if you try to reposition it you'll just add more bubbles.. The Zagg website press release also says "expect to start shipping to key retailers prior to the advertised availability date for the device on Friday, November 6th". So, maybe that means they have already started shipping to Best Buy (and other retailers) and will have it available the 6th, the day of the Droid release.
I don't want any water in my phone. I had one that used the water and it seemed hard to position, because I trying to keep water out of phone! Meanwhile, water is going into the ear speaker and around the button on my old Palm Pre. I'm debating about having Best Buy put on the Zagg. I would hate to have somebody back there bathing new $200 phone in water.
Does anyone know of any other custom fitting waterless screen protectors that are, or may become available for the Droid (but not cheap Fellowes Screen Protectors)?
Last edited by Attackcenter; 11-04-2009 at 08:55 AM.