thanks for the feedback there, i have been looking at that company and now you have posted that i will take the plunge
how hard was it to get the bottom part of the window to sit to the frame?
The order went smoothly, with prompt delivery via UPS. Rear screen was well packed (Rolled & Boxed) with the clear section protected on both sides with a transit covering.
Attachment to the bottom rail was the tricky bit. There are a bunch of allen bolts underneath the bottom rail - on one of which the threads were shot, but the others were fine.
It's a little hard to describe, but the part of the rear window which attaches to the underside of the bottom rail includes a plastic strip which the allen bolts go through into the metal. This strip has to sit neatly inside the lip in the underside of the roof frame lower rail, otherwise the stitched seam (the trailing edge of the window section) points directly down, instead of rearward - and prevents the two roof pins and rubber weather strip from seating propery. I had to bugger around with it a bit to get the fabric positioned correctly over the lower rail. Also, the fitting is quite tight (which is a good thing - nothing worse than a baggy rear window), but this tightness makes the fitting trickier. It's not really such a big deal if you go at it methodically and take some care.
Once the lower rail was attached properly, it was simply a case of zipping the top edge in place, followed by a couple of elasticated poppers, which pop onto the roof frame - and finally seating the velco down the sides.
I did mine with no tension in the roof - the front hooks were undone to keep everything as slack as possible. After fitting, I had to slightly adjust the two large locking pins at the rear of the roof - didn't need much, just a quarter turn.
FInally, the window section comes complete with both halves of the zip (ie. it also comes with the top zip strip which should be currently stitched into your car) I had no damage to the section holding the "old" half of the zip, so just discarded the new piece.