Yeah...I’ll probably install it up front too.Pretty sure front flats are common, I have had my share. That being said the fronts are easier to fix than the rear especially if you have a hub on there.
BTW seems like you should be able to adjust the psi to get rid of some of the mushiness. I remember now, it was in the FAQ section of their website, (see link in my post with the pic.)under will they compress:
"The armour will compress some after it’s installed depending on the pressure of the tire. The higher the psi the more condensed the Armour will become. If you wish to keep the Armour as thick as possible then maintain a lower psi. You may also deflate your tire if you’re not going to be riding for a longer period. This allows the Armour to rebound back to its original size."
The psi was fine. The thicker the foam, the more protection for the tube.