I don't sell much non glare stuff so haven't paid much attention to this thread until I had a problem today. Just speed read the thread and I don't think anyone has mentioned this one. The problem is with Tru Vu Conservation Clear though, but it's relative. The wording at the bottom of the sheets of glass reads "Tru Vu (blah) this side faces artwork - score opposite side" Yes? Well - I only ever get as far as reading 'Tru Vu' normally - if it's back to front and inside out I'm on the right side to score, if I can read it, I turn it around. But today I read the whole thing and it said "Opposite side faces artwork - score opposite side" Say WHAT? I rang my supplier and they said they'd had a lot of calls and what they reckon it means is "Opposite side faces artwork and so score the opposite side to that"! But no - I tried without doing the normal tests (water beads more on the coated side - non coated side can be cleaned with 0000 grade steel wool - coated side will get wrecked. It shattered when I tried to snap it and am claiming that sheet back from the supplier that gave me the advice. So - it seems that Tru Vu WANT us to have the coated side facing out - does this perhaps offer more UV protection? Not doing it anyway!