clay November 5, 2020 01:52 PM Such a no-brainer! Very cool.This looks like a DIY project for the brave "it's only a small leak" Maker! cafezinh062 November 5, 2020 09:10 PM On a hot night in summer the last thing you want is extra heat coming from your windows. Username November 6, 2020 10:10 AM And 5 years down the line you get to deal with water damage. Nelson Hyde Chick November 6, 2020 10:21 AM It isn't a window anymore if you can't see out of it. michael_dowling November 6, 2020 11:07 AM The British concept is more attractive.You don't lose the view,and warm water is stored for evening heating,good in winter. Don Duncan November 6, 2020 12:03 PM We all want a view, but quickly ignore it. How many people think: "I love my job because of my office windows," How often do you stand and gaze out the window, admiring the view? The same applies to homes. I know because I had a spectacular view for three years from wrap around windows on Lake Tahoe. One reason I chose the house was because of the view. Every time new people walked in the first impression was the view, which they mentioned. I was reminded by this that I seldom noticed it after the first few weeks. It was like have a million dollar masterpiece on the wall. Soon it goes unappreciated. I was advised by an observant successful realtor that the view makes a great first impression but it quickly losses its appeal. I verified that from experience. Therefore, if light is needed, get it from skylights without compromise of insulation integrity. Pablo November 6, 2020 12:29 PM Great, I won’t need to wait that pesky 10-15 years for my new windows to go cloudy... as a bonus, they’ll clear just when I want privacy! Signguy November 6, 2020 04:31 PM Yup, as in the Sign bizz, the mistakes or problems that can "glare" at a customer disappear after a few weeks; human nature. stevendkaplan November 7, 2020 03:47 PM This invention is stupid. Nobody wants a window that’s going to fog up when it gets hot. The deerhunter November 7, 2020 04:09 PM It would be nice if the solar gel was stabilized so as not to easily leak through small apertures.