Foreword: This is my first post. So bear with me. If there is anything that I need to know feel free to do so. As I searched through the GBAtemp forum on this screen protectors I still couldn't find a post that answers above question. I hope this will be of use to people who wish to buy one, but don't know which is best suited for their needs. Most of the time the Hori screen protector is recommended, however in rare cases other brands have been put forward. I have encountered the following brands: * Hori * Capdase (Taku) * Brando ultra clear screen protector * JavoEdge * ClearTouch Crystal™ screen protector * Pelican * Invisible Shield from Shieldzone screen protector * BestSkinsEver screen protector * GameMate * Morigangu company (no brand indication on the cover except that it is licensed by Nintendo.) * Any other company that isn't listed yet So to those who own a screen protector I would like to know if they are willing to tell about their experience with that particular brand. I am particularly interested in: * price: So people know what the costs of a genuine product is. * touch ability: Did it affect the sensitivity of the touch screen? If so, how bad was it? * application: Was it easy to apply? * re-usable: Is it re-usable after (mis)applying it? * durability: How long did it last before you had to replace it (when playing a lot of touch games)? * scratch proof/resistant: There are some which claim to be like that(ClearTouch, BSE, IS). I want to know how much of it is true. * visibility: Need I explain? ^_- * discoloring (if any): In what way did it discolor? E.g. yellowish, brownish. How much did it affect gameplay? * game play: Again need I explain? ^_- * any other kind of problem or 'feature' that needs attention * recommendation In my case I have experience with GameMate screen protectors: * price: I bought it at Lik-Sang at the time, I don't remember the price. * touch ability: It didn't affect the sensitivity and game play. * application: It is a piece of 'loose' plastic, therefore application wasn't very smooth. Thus resulting in 'air bubbles' because of the dust that got caught on the protector. * re-usable: Yes * durability: Bad, after some time it got so scratched up, while only using licensed Nintendo styluses, it affected visibility. * scratch proof: Not at all. * visibility: Not likeable you clearly see there is a protector on the touch screen. * discoloring: None * game play: It didn't affect game play until the scratches become worse. * other problems: None * recommendation: I would say to stay clear of this product, unless they have improved this product. Morigangu company (it is a licensed Nintendo product bought at the Yamato Denki store in Osaka) I couldn't find any 'brand' indication: * price: 750 yen * touch ability: It didn't affect the sensitivity and game play. * application: No problem whatsoever when applying. No air bubbles left after applying. The upper protector is made up of several layers (see through film, AR-layer, hard-coated layer, PET-layer (with anti-lustre properties, polymer resin, see through film); The touch protector is made up of (hard-coated layer, PET-layer (with anti-lustre properties), polymer resin, see through film. * re-usable: Yes * durability: Good, after some time it got 2 or 3 deep scratches, which didn't really affect visibility but during game play you can 'feel' it when going over it with the stylus. * scratch proof: Not scratch proof but good enough under normal circumstances, however be careful when you've dropped your stylus. * visibility: Extremely good you can't see it unless you look for it (the touch screen has a 1 mm gap). * discoloring: None * game play: It doesn't affect game play even with the few scratches it has (only visible under certain angles when the DS is on). * other problems: None * recommendation: It is around the same price as Hori in Japanese stores, and likely just as good. A good investment to keep your screens impeccable.