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Hi Steph It was really quite easy. I checked out a few dealers and garages but they wanted quite a bit of money and the only place that could do it was miles away from where I live. I emailed firstname.lastname@example.org after an internet serach showed this posting and ordered a screen from him, he sent me full instuctions with a video showing exactly how to do it. Now the zip is a little fidly but I have fat fingers so that was more down to me than the product. Just take your time and do it on a dry day or in your garage if you have one. The screen is bonded in so once you remove the staple and use the screwdriver to release the zip you then need to remove the screen. Then clean the area where the old bond was and align the Zip as per instructions, close the zip and re-attach the staple and close this with pliers. Once you've secured the screen you can remove the cover for the bond and secure with a little presure and you are done. I fitted it in under an hour and I'm useless at diy. I hope that helps Thomas