Phantomskinz is a company that sells a "self-healing" skin similar to the Zagg InvisibleShield. I've used their regular skins on several devices (Palm Pre, Sony PSP Go, and Apple iPad) and am a big fan. They recently rolled out a new line of skins called Chromatics which comes in bright colors and two Carbon Fibers (black and white).
I contacted them about a skin for the nook, and to make a long story short they used my nook as a template and gave me a free skin in return. (For the long story you can check out this thread: https://www.nookboards.com/forum/index.php?topic=2458.0)
The skin covers the back and front with the White Carbon Fiber and the two screens with their regular self healing screen protector. Carbon Fiber has a nice finish and look. The screen protector is alittle more reflective than I would have liked, but works really well on the touch screen. It's smooth and I no longer have to worry about scratches. Overall I like the skin itself, but I think the cut/template they ended up with was not their best work. Below are some pics so you can see for yourself. In one picture there is a bubble on the corner that I can't get to stay down which is slightly annoying.
The skins are available on their site (http://phantomskinz.com/search.aspx?find=nook), prices ranging from $14.95 - $39.95 with discount codes floating around from time to time. Considering the experience I had, the end product, and the price they are asking for on their site, I can't recommend it.