There has been tones of talk about it but I didnt see anybody who had tried it in a fullsize chevy. Let me know if I missed one as I would like to check it out. I have two sheets of 1/2" Lexan that I was able to get for free. Since I really trashed my windshield in Moab at BB04, I thought it would be a good time to give it a shot. I'll weight both the stock unit and what I end up with on the Lexan side to see what happens. Anybody have any suggestions for cutting it? Right now I'm thinking jigsaw but the last time I used one on plastic it actually melted it to the blade and made a mess. Maybe this stuff will not. Right now the idea is too lay it on a glass version, clamp it in place and cut around the edges and put it on. I think I will reuse the stock gasket setup if possible so it can take some flexing. Thoughts?