Well, I got around to attempting to refinish my windscreen on my SV650. Ultimately, I want to replace it with a darker one, but for now, I really wanted to kit rid of the grunge and orange that had developed. My overall impression is that this kit met my expectations. I didn't exceed them, but it met them. This started with this thread: http://pnwriders.com/motorcycle-talk/169172-cleaning-stock-windscreen.html I bought the 3M kit on Amazon.com, for $12, and it came with a $5 mail in rebate. So only $7 total expense. Not bad. Saw it in a store for $18.95. This is what the kit looked like. And this is everything inside of the kit. Before, you can see the "yellow" that runs through the screen. Windscreen is cleaned, but this crap always stays behind This is after the first step. Sanded with the 500 grit discs, both sides. This is after the second step. Sanded with the 800 grit dics, both sids. You can't really see a difference, but you can feel it. It got noticeably more smoother. This is after the third sanding, and it is a wet sand with a 3000 grit pad. It's slightly more clear. This is after polishing it with the rubbing compound, both sides. You can see the yellow is gone. But it's still pretty hazy. It definitely looks better, even though it still has a frosted look. I did buy Meguiars PlastX, and I have been buffing the hell out of it with that today. Every time I did it, it did get slightly clearer. But I'm riding tomorrow, so I put the screen back on for that. I'll probably pull it back off when I get back home and continue to buff and polish the screen with the PlastX, and which point I'll add another pic. That's my results though. Truthfully, I feel like it looks better in person now then what the picture shows. It's not that noticeably grungy anymore, even though its still frosted. One final pic of the windscreen after polishing, looking back on the bike.