Thanks all, esp Voila - the bolded text was what I was after. I have a cheap off-the-shelf shade that exposes the leading inch or so of leather, and figured if a custom cuts that down to half an inch it's not worth it, but if it eliminates it then different story.
I'll look forward to your pics when you have them!
Attached are the photos from the inside. The only places that sun rays come in are in the corners at the bottom, which I am showing in these photos.
I have the reflector slid all the way up, where the metal tabs are located under the visors.
The light which is shining in from the exterior, in one of the photos is actually from the side window, which has uv-a/b protection.
Comments on the leather after the windshield reflector, tint and Leatherique treatment:
After installation of the tint on the side windows plus the windshield reflector, every day that I drive, I notice that the Leatherique is working much better !
Of course, to make the Leatherique work its' magic, you have to clean with the special solution by Leatherique, let dry then apply the conditioner with your hands. Place plastic-wrap over all pieces that have the product applied and let it bake in the sun for a day...
After this treatment (a few times), keeping the leather protected from UV rays with the reflector and tint is making the leather plush/glove-like-butter-to-touch & it reversed any previous UV damage it had... Just an FYI if you have issues with any temperamental leather.
Enjoy ! I certainly carry the reflector everywhere I go, and I AM a daily driver.