So after a year of using a Photodon Antiglare HD screen protector I've finally got irritated enough with touch not working really well. So I wanted to pose the question if after some time of owning your tm2 do you still use your screen protector? For me it really prevented me from enjoying the touch screen of this device. Now that I have it off it's really feeling like a new device; from being able to touch type on the screen with almost all my fingers (my pinkie even registers), to being able to do the edge swipes on Windows 8 way more accurately than before, to being able to gently scroll now with the tips of my fingers oppose to the pads. With the screen protector it really made me jealous of just about all the tablets out their, because part of their ease of use was with how sensitive their screens were. It really is a shame that the protector does dampen the touch experience though. I'd really like to have one especially when I use the pen, but I did pay for a multitouch experience as well. Also, using the antiglare made my screen look grainy, which is obvious, send this is highly opinion based, but the screen just pops more without it. I've seen true matte screens and those are really nice, but when I put this faux matte on it, with the viewing angles, it just really did not give a pleasant experience. If I were going to reapply my screen protector, I'd probably opt for a glossy one next time. Edit: Being a little paranoid, I put the protector back on to see if I could deal with it still, but off it came. That said, again I'm using a year old Photodon antiglare HD, and I just got some wax paper (you can get this at any super market), and just put my protector on that for now. Peels right off clean on both the screen and wax paper and applies just as easily. Very surprising how well the adhesive is.