I bought it at my local Verizon store - an actual one, not a Verizon Authorized Dealer location. I just looked and I still don't see it on Verizon's website.
Now that I've used it for a couple of weeks, I'll add some likes and dislikes:
+ The suction cup mount is very solid. I've left it on my uncleaned windshield for a week, through some 15 degree weather, and I have complete confidence in it's ability to stay put.
+ The mount has good adjustability and hasn't loosened at all since I tightened everything down the first evening I got it.
+ The extra depth on the back of the case does a good job of protecting the camera lens.
+ Sound is loud and clear from the speaker while the phone is mounted.
~ With the phone mounted, the camera can shoot video of the road while you drive. BUT the mount blocks the right half the view.
- The coating on the case, similar to what's on the back of the Droid, feels great. But it's already starting to wear away around the sharp inside edges of the case (around the keyboard/back of the screen). This despite the fact that I've been pretty gentle with it and haven't used the real keyboard much.
- Like all cases of this sort, it's possible for the keyboard to get opened if the phone is bumped against something, which can unknowingly turn on the phone. This has happened to me twice as I put on coats. Cases like the shell/holster combo and Seidio Innocase are superior here because they hold the phone closed when holstered.
- The thickness of the case puts the edge going around the screen right up against the top row of keys on the keyboard. It doesn't cover them, but it does make the top keys a little less easy to hit. From what I've read the Seidio Innocase suffers from the same problem.