So on Saturday driving back from an oil change (wife's car) I had my dogs in the car. And I decided to give them the full back area and folded down my rear seats. Well Fiona my dog decided to try to climb into the front seats, at the same time I was breaking for a red light. She ended up face/neck planting into my screen. Her collar/tags did a number on the screen. Dog is perfectly fine. And quickly hopped back into the rear of the car after this incident. She didn't actually hit it that hard, she just sort of fell down off the cup holder/arm rest area. It appears that there is an anti-reflective coating on the screen (same as on my old Nokia N8) that is actually scratched. The glass itself looks fine. My question: Does anyone know how to mitigate the visual impact of such a scratch? Or work the film so it is less apparent? Lucky for me the scratch is virtually invisible when the screen is properly backlit, and is only partially visible when there is heavy direct light on the screen.