Ordered this clear bra kit from carprotectionpros.com - 2014-2015 Mazda 6 3M Scotchgard Clear Bra Paint Protection Deluxe Film Kit
The free installation kit includes instructions, a basic rubber squeegee, microfiber cloth, a DVD with how-to videos (the same one's on their website), and a small bottle of "Clear Bra Sealant" which they told me after I asked was Klasse All in One (good stuff).
I chose the Deluxe Kit which includes partial hood, fender tips, upper/lower front bumper, mirror backs, and though there's no mention, the guys cut out door handle cups and door edge guards too. I paid extra for the Scotchgard PRO series and if you're new to clear bras and plan to DIY, I recommend doing the same. This was my second attempt. The first time, I ordered just the bumper kit in regular Scotchgard film. That stuff was hard to work with, at least for someone who's never done it before. It's not very forgiving and after I installed it, I wasn't happy with all the mistakes I made and ended up peeling it off. There were too many lift lines from repositioning, squeegee marks and scratches, marring and stretching from forcing out bubbles.
I thought about professional installation but the shops I asked wanted to use their own film, and they were giving me quotes like $1099 starting for just partial hood and full bumper.
I decided to try it again myself but this time with 3M PRO series. The reviews I watched and read about it are true. It's much more forgiving and flexible. It forms easier to curves and edges, and the best thing is it has a self-healing clear coat so you don't have to worry about scratches. It's also very clear and the edge lines are almost invisible. You can only see them when you're really up close and behind the film's edge. So, this second time around the results were much better.
*I did full paint correction and detailing beforehand with clay, DA, Meguiar's Ultimate Compound, Ultimate Polish, and IPA wipe down.