So, after the comments on the blinding LEDs shining through the clear portions of the translite/backglass, my first inclination was to design a chrome decal cut to the shape and width of the clear part of the graphic. However, before going to that effort and expense I decided to try the suggestion of using wax paper by maffewl. Well, I would say that his solution looks great, is cheap, and can be done in minutes - turns out the simplest solution is quite effective.
Basically, the wax paper turns the appearance of the lights from direct bright clear lens LEDs to more of a soft frosted LED look. It looks great, and removes the occasional blinding you get based upon your viewing angle. I highly recommend doing this! As a note, I actually have a printed backglass. I'm assuming you will achieve the same results with the original translite.
Photo of backglass before applying wax paper backing (actually much more bright/blinding in person than what photo conveys)
Wax paper I used
Wax paper cut to shape and taped on using "invisible" cellophane tape
Photo of backglass after applying wax paper backing (there is no visible difference in the colored areas of the backglass that are covered by the wax paper versus those areas that are not)