I read and read on this subject and realized that most of what people are using is well out of my budget. At the same time I have reasonable standards and didn't want some mess of a material. Eventually I took a shot at this stuff and I would say its gonna look good and last for a long time. The front is just like what you would find in the trunk of a car and the back is a very thin but stiff resin type application. If you have an iron on patch, the back of this material is similar to the back of the patch. The one thing that comes to mind as a caution is that my trailer has rounded edges but is far less bubble like than a lot of the other trailers on here. Making those edge fits may be a challenge. I haven't had any major challenges and i assume a heat gun would soften it up quite a bit if I needed. This may be a bit beneath many on this forums standard but I'm building a sub 1000# hard sided tent with a little bit of style.