To answer Wasabi I have but 2 words: LIQUID ARMOR. This: Amazon.com: Hipstreet Liquid Screen Protection Kit (LIQSP01): Computers & AccessoriesWould any of that cell phone screen protector film help on the Romeo?
I worked at Staples for 6 yrs and we sold and applied this exact product and it works IF applied properly like this:
1. Clean surface really well using smooth side of brown, included patch.
2. Apply evenly & GENEROUSLY (pad will last long enough to do 2 phone screens and the camera lenses), let dry x14 min (time this. do NOT fail at this step).
3. Buff using the "rough" side of the brown patch until screen, lens, Red dot lenses, etc. are clear.
4. **Go EASY on the surfaces- you can use your phone, etc but don't do anything to it that might scratch or damage the surface x24 hrs. This will allow it to fully cure.
!! Liquid Armor actually bonds to the surface and does NOT come off. After full cure it'll be just under hardness of diamond. We used to demo this by taking a screw driver and "scratching" across our phone screens repeatedly and people would FREAK out! No marks; NO scratches whatsoever. That sh*t is amazing.
NOTE All the bad reviews of this are probably from people that didn't apply it correctly. Ours never failed us and we all swear by it. I've used it on Kindles, Phones, LCD screens on my camera, my Garmin screen for cycling. It works against scratches. It won't protect against impacts- drop any of these on the rocks face down, and you're gonna have issues.
That's my $ .02. ymmv