So I decided to give the SolarFX FXtreme2 Nano-Ceramic a whirl and see what I thought...
So here goes for the good...Feels good, has low static on liner peel, and the clarity is good. Installs just fine not any better or worse then anything else I have ever used. I can't comment on the scratch resistance as I usually don't scratch on any of my installs...once in a blue moon I'll scratch my normal brand up with a bad tool when I wasn't paying attention. Drying & stick were on par...I didn't notice any extra grab or any less grab then what I'm used too...I do all my installs with slime and the same measured ratio. It tolerates heat really well without pinching. The color on the car looks okay mostly to the green side. No pronounced haze at low angle sun which is two thumbs up.
So for the not so good...The color out of the box. I just don't like it. Kind of an dull olive green with a hint of brown mixed in....at least to me. Color is subjective a little bit as everyone kind of sees color differently..just my opinion. It shrinks super super slow. It tolerates the heat if you get real aggressive but still is just slow to shrink. Really those are about the only not so goods....so overall I think it's a solid film with a couple of drawbacks for me.
The service from the crew their is top notch. Very helpful, knowledgeable, courteous, and they follow up. Definite gold star.
I had an issue today with quality control on the film. Spec of who knows what made it's way into the manufacture..not a huge deal but got to redo a vette rear window because of it. That didn't set off my happy meter, but stuff happens and I have seen it with other brands too. I've hung a bunch of this stuff already and this was the first hiccup. I am sure this is more the exception then the rule so don't anyone panic over it. Posting up some pics so you get a visual of both the spec and the finished product.
So overall I'm still kind of undecided. I figure I will keep trying it out for little while longer, and give it a fair shot.