"As the title suggests plan, plan and plan everything before you start. Laying out is easy enough, ensuring you have enough excess at the start (approximately 3 board widths) to peel back and cut off the redundant underlay. If your rolls are anything like mine they are not going to lay flat however do not do what I did and staple down to the wooden subfloor as when you come to pull out the peel back plastic it tears at the staple and gives you all sorts of nightmares. Suggest double sided tape instead and do not overlap. If your boards are thin and those annoying multi length ones at that, get someone to help you with the first row, my advice would be to lay 2 full rows (hence why 3 board widths of excess underlay) before you start to pull out the peel back plastic. The second person is to stop the floor boards twisting. After that it is an absolute doddle and I had a 25m2 room done on my own in no time (would have taken less time with fixed length boards). Once the boards have settled after a few months it really is effective stuff with quiet footfalls and boards that are not going anywhere. Don't delay, buy today. Oh and at the time I bought it Screwfix was the cheapest anywhere, fact."