A few things I forgot to add. If you don't have a heat gun, you don't need to go rush out to get one. It will take a lil longer but a hair dryer on high will work just fine. I recently purchased a 1996 F150 that was a local electrical contracting company truck. When they removed their comapny sticker, it left a LOT of glue residue on the doors. Here is what I did:
I took WD40, a hair dryer and Flat Razor retractable (no blade) handle. I removed the blade from the handle, sprayed a lite coating of WD40 on the sticker and hit it with the hair dryer (WATCH the fingers...its HOT) and lightly scraped the glue away.When I finished the one area, I applied another light coat of spray and went at it again. The lubricant assists in the removal of the glue and allows the unit to scrape without getting snagged on the paint. It worked well and was gone in no time. Don't forget to wash the surface once your done to remove the lube residue.
Actually, that is not true. People with very poor vision prefer all caps because it is easier to read. It may not be as pretty, it may not be what you're used to, and it may make you think they're "shouting" at you, but it's not harder to read.
Pack up your bus and bug out to the hills!