The product works as advertised. The installation took about 1.5hours including previewing the instructions. The tools that come with the package are suited for the job, but don't count on them being high quality. Basically, the black plastic tool to pry the small cables is probably a single use tool as the tip is brittle. The screen itself is obviously not made by Apple suppliers. If you examine the replacement screen and the components on them vs the original one you can tell the quality difference. No issue as it works. The main point here is to provide future fellow users some pointers about the instruction. The uninstall part is good with adequate pointers. The only thing to be careful during the re-install is the order of the connectors on the replacement screen. The LCD sensor connector on the product I received for whatever reason ended up as the last connector and swapped with the front facing camera sensor. These two look nearly identical. The easiest way to tell them apart is that the front facing camera sensor cable has a couple of holes on it. That should be the last cable to install. I found out they were swapped when I tried to screw the EMI shield plate back on and couldn't because the cable was blocking a couple of screw holes. That prompted me to look very carefully at the tutorial video and noticed the difference in the orders. With a little careful adjustment, I was able to re-order them such that the install could be finished. All said and done, every thing works. I would say that this requires someone who is detailed, careful, and patient. Screws are very small. Clean workbench is definitely required.