I bought some Shelter Tape as recommended here by jitenshakun. The demo on their site with the unkempt scientist type hammering on a lightbulb was my kind of hokey marketing. Cost a million bucks a sheet, but it's definitely the business.
I bought both Invisiframe and Shelter tape for my Wreckoning when it was new. The Invisiframe kit was expensive and a bit tricky to get installed perfectly - definitely plan to take some time doing this while the frame is new and unassembled.
I managed to bang my chainstay up really good after my third ride and recognized that a few spots need something tougher. The Invisiframe protection is basically 3M tape and is good for little hits but mostly protects against abrasion. The Shelter tape is very thick and absorbs impacts. So I applied it to the chainstays and seatstays of my swingarm and a long strip covering the entire underside of my down tube. My bike feels fully protected now. I've hit the Shelter tape areas a few times and so far not a scratch.
There's nothing better than an Orangina after cheating death with Digger.