already installed, forgot to take an after pic with the trim and button on it.
for anyone buying these, they are great and give piece of mind. I had to clean up a beer spill the other day on one of my machines.
couple install tips, if they are shipped rolled. they tend to fold out away from the game, roll them back up the other way for a little while and that usually cancels out the plastic bending outwards. using a dremel with a grinding stone helps a lot if there is a little bit of overage on the front. also using that double sided tape that cliffy uses on his parts, can help a lot getting it completely flat amazon.com link » . So after you tighten the legs it stays in place and doesn't crink up.
I mainly used the tape right behind the legs after I stretch the plastic to make it as flat as possible. I used a NEW x-acto knife blade to carefully cut the excess tape off so it didn't extend beyond the plastic.
It also makes it much much easier if you can get the game completely off the ground using a lift of some sort.
take the trim off and line everything up, put the tape on the legs and the button to hold it in place. only after that do you drill the pilot holes through the plastic sheet (if you have lollipop rails). Also if the game has those plastic leg cabinet protectors, take them off and put them over this protector. Drill the pilot holes first after it's completely lined up. this will keep the protector flat.
I try to get my stuff as close to perfect as I can though. you may not mind a little crink.