Transparent windows were introduced in polycarbonate documents already fifteen years ago and have since become one of the standard elements in ID documents. Transparency is an effective eye catcher suiting well first line inspection. However, counterfeiters have started to prey also on the transparent windows. Simple shapes and lack of integration into the rest of the document have weakened their efficiency. How can we reinforce this security feature? Can we make windows more secure without sacrificing the original ease of verification? We propose to present how new age transparency as well as combination of established technologies into something unique can offer ways to keep two steps ahead the fraud.