So I honestly got tired of using glass. I love printing with glass, but I had to tape it to the bed on each side and I always had to use hairspray or glue stick, which I'm starting to hate. I am in the process of painting thew back of my glass sheets with flat black BBQ and Stove paint, but I wanted to be able to print while the paint cures. I also wanted to stop wasting time by taping the glass sheets to the bed, so I bought a Buildtak Flexplate for the V2 bed. This on is much larger than the other Flexplate systems (V1 bed) and cover the entire bed, corner to corner. I believe the size is 9" x 9" for the flexplate, maybe a tad smaller. Anyways, I also bought a sheet of garolite from Matterhackers (https://www.matterhackers.com/store...ld-surface-creality-cr-20-ender-3/sk/MTU2P9Z1). It's aLayerlock sheet that's 0.038" thick, and 9.25" x 9.25" square. The good thing about this is that if you have a good pair of serrated scissors - like the Milwaukee version they sell at Home Depot - you can easily cut the sheet to fit perfectly on the Builtak Flexplate. Here's the best thing about this bed, which is quickly becoming my favorite, I do not need to use any type of adhesion on it; no hairspray, no glue stick. Granted, so far I've only printed PLA on it, but it is saving me a ton of time. Bed temp is 55C and the PLA sticks right to it when hot, then comes off easily after the bed cools. It also does not leave a single trace of the print at all, similar to glass. One of the things I do not like about Buildtak PC sheets is that you will always see an imprint of the part in the sheet, which screws up the finish. I'm picky like that. This garolite sheet looks just as good as when I first put it on and the bottom of my prints is always fantastic. I just wanted to share my experience and provide some info. I also posted some pictures below. The funky star looking things are my mesh points for UBL and the writing on them is just so I can keep track of which point I am adjusting. Apparently garolite is good for nearly all plastics, especially Nylon, ABS, and PETG. I haven't tested these yet but I will soon enough. Granted, this is not a cheap upgrade. The Flexplate system is $100 and each sheet of garoliute is $40. But it's looking like I won't have to replace that sheet for a very long time. Also, because PLA prints so well on it, I don't need to remove the flexplate to get any of the parts off. I just use a plastic razor blade and they pop off so easily. I'm very impressed so far.