Originally Posted by JulianL
For screen protectors I'm just using the PalmOne universal screen protectors, they come in a pack of about 12 for £15 (and I could have probably got them cheaper, I just bought them in the first shop I saw them in).
You have to be prepared to cut them to size yourself. They're designed to be cut to size for the different PalmOne devices. The templates on the back are all set up for PalmOne's different models so you also have to be prepared to measure your screen yourself and then cut it with a very sharp decorator's knife (i.e. one that uses a razor blade).
I know it sounds a pain, but they are dirt cheap and, once cut and applied, mine is totally invisible and feels like the real screen, i.e. it doesn't have that scratchy feel that some people love and some hate. I've had it on for about 3 weeks of very heavy use and it looks as good as new. I expect my pack of 12 to last me well beyong the life of the device. I am also very tough on screen protectors because I keep my TH55 in a tightly fitting wallet and when it is closed and in my pocket (most of the time) there are the edges of 3 credit cards that rest against the screen. With my old screen protectors for my Palm m515 the marks for the card were visible within days. With these ones there is no evidence of any marks whatsoever.
One thing to be careful of, they are quite sticky so if you're not careful pulling one off then I think it's possible that you could seperate the digitizer from the screen. I did mess up putting on the first one (my second attempt was perferct) and I pulled it off very slowly and tried to apply force parallel to the screen, i.e. fold the protector back on itself so that as I pulled it off I wasn't pulling upwards and away from the screen, but rather parallel with the screen and up towards the top of the device.
I'm really happy with them, and for just over £1 each they shouldn't break the bank.