Quoted from Mr68:
I like CaptainNeo and respect his opinion. I consider him a friend even though we've never met. But he's become a friendly pet peeve with me regarding this glass. Here's some perspective.
Lets say someone has a beat to shit playfield in an otherwise perfect machine. That person gets quotes for a playfield restoration in the $700, $800, $1000 range.
He says, no way, that's too expensive and I'll play the game as is. - But.... if you can restore the playfield for $60 I'll send you my entire collection.
Neo cannot justify the cost of this glass for himself and I understand that. For me, as a customer testing this glass for several years now, I can and do justify the cost and enthusiastically endorse it.
I understand that, but here's the thing. If a restoration costs such and such..it does what it's suppose to, and does what was expected for the price. Anti glare glass does not. You were there when it was being first invented. You remember the promises they made. If it didn't live up to it's potential, the price should be adjusted accordingly. Agreed?
That's the reason, I got upset with PDI glass. They were the first and released it with false promises, that were underdelivering. I just tell people, don't get your hopes up to high, so you are not disapppointed expecting full glare reduction, which it does not do. That's my beef with antiglare glass.