Originally Posted by peeti
I'm sorry but the top of that window (matrix) still looks bad. I see the air bubbles, they're just less pronounced than when done poorly. What's worse, however, is the big air in the window heater elements. Those things have HUGE air gaps all over the place. Over time this may really get bad for you.
Also, the sides, with the small dot matrix, you can fill those in yourself. Warm it up from the glass side with a heat gun or hair dryer or leave it in the sun all day. Then press down on the film in those areas. They should fill in.
As stated, the pics are bad, and I tried to take close up ones. 2 feet away, you can see no bubble at all, it's completely even. Top as well. It's the best, by the best.