I'm most likely going to put a 70-80% tint on the roof and the windshield glass because I don't want to decrease visibility too much through either. I'd like to put 35-45% on the side windows, just enough so that people looking in are somewhat inhibited but looking out is still pretty clear for myself and passengers. I would obviously want the back window tint to match the side windows. But how do I do that given the two-tone nature of the back window? The top portion is black like the glass roof section. The lower portion is clear like the rest of the windows. I would prefer to not "over tint" the top portion of the back window and make it hard to see out of. It would defeat the purpose of a glass roof if it was impossible to see out of due to too much tint, at least in my opinion. What suggestions do you have? How would you go about tinting the back window? Is there something obvious and simple that I'm missing that I should consider? I'm just curious on your thoughts. ------------------------- PS - I'm looking to get *every* piece of glass tinted (for Solar Energy reduction), a full body wrap (self-healing, probably including head/tail lights but not door seams), and dual cams. Looking at doing any leather/upholstery anti stain-absorption treatment, and any window anti fog and rain-x type treatment myself...but if it can be included at a reasonable price I'd be more than willing not to do it myself. I'm not concerned about top coat gloss treatments to the paint or any wheel treatments. I'm not that concerned with paint correction either, unless it is glaringly awful. I currently live in Miami and probably will still live in the south Florida area next year. I'd be willing to travel anywhere between Key West and Tampa/Orlando/Space Coast for the work ... depending on cost, quality, expediency, and communication with said shop, obvi.