As renters we're constantly on the lookout for reversible design solutions to blah apartments. One thing we don't have much experience with is temporary wallpaper. Thanks to Danielle who wrote in with a review of Tempaper: I'm in the process of decorating our new apt. when I came across an older posting regarding Tempaper. It's the removable temporary wallpaper for those of us with a fear of sticky wallpaper. When I read the comments, I couldn't find any reviews on how the product worked. Since I'm decorating on a budget, 75 bucks seems like a lot to waste..after all, that's like a set of side tables on Craigslist. So I took the liberty and asked the people at Tempaper for a sample, and received a nice little packet within 10 days. I got a small rectangular sheet of each design. They are easy to peel off and very easy to apply. I just pasted them on the wall and peeled them off to reposition if I needed to. I left them on overnight to see how well they would peel off the next day. This morning, they came right off w/o taking any of the wall paint. So, in conclusion, I'm willing to give it a shot for the real deal. This is much easier than all the prep I would need to do for real wallpaper. Thanks Danielle! Anyone else have experience with temporary wallpaper or Tempaper?