Before I get started, yes I know that we COULD just simply be careful when pulling the Switch out of the dock but doing that shouldn't feel like disarming a bomb to prevent screen scratches. I decided to take matters into my own hands. For those of you unaware, the Dock has 4 raised portions on the inside to guide (or hold, or scratch) the Switch Warning: Spoilers inside! . These protrusions are uncomfortably close to the screen and can accidentally rub the screen creating scratches given time and multiple removals and insertions (giggity). With a easy modification we can protect against scratches. You'll need a couple things. A ruler or something to measure with. A razor, box cutter, or scissors. Double sided tape (The paper thin kind, not mounting tape. ) that's 6 or 7mm wide. Warning: Spoilers inside! One of the foam bags that came in the Switch. Warning: Spoilers inside! Now cut 2 or 4 pieces (I only used 2) of tape 68mm in length. Apply it to the foam using vigorous pressure to ensure it's adhered properly. Cut around it. Once you're done peel the other side of the tape and begin applying it to the protrusions in the dock. The next part is tricky. The space in the dock is limited. I have baby hands so for me it was simple. For those of you with sausage fingers or giant viking hands, it might be trickier for you but I believe in you. Apply the strips and again, use a hearty amount of pressure to ensure it adheres properly. Give it a few slow rubs. And that's it. End Result: Warning: Spoilers inside!