I was able to find the Xerox Window Decals and appllied a piece of it to the ePods. I concur with the web site about it being hard to apply without bubbles. It is critical that the screen is absolutely clean before applying the film. Specks or dust on the screen will create a bubble which can't be worked out.
The factory finish is sort of a matte finish which is ever so slightly sticky. I tried the steam method mentioned on the web site to remove the matte coating and ended up with a gooey mess. I resorted to my good friend isopropyl alcohol to clean off the residue. This worked much better. If you do this use plenty of cotton balls and change them frequently (they tend to load up with the goop).
When the goop is removed the surface is fairly shiny. I don't really care for this since it increases glare. I removed the original film. The film came off easily without leaving any residue. I then applied a new protector to the screen. I want to see if it is still easy to remove after being on for a extended length of time.
The ePods works fine with the film appied. I haven't noticed the stylus performing differently than with protector off.
Overall I have mixed feelings about this idea. I like the idea of protecting the screen, but I'm not sure if it is worth the hassle of applying it and the resulting glare. YMMV.