Purchased at Best Buy for $24.99, the case is the best "thin" case I've found thus far, and to a degree emulates the Seidio Innocase Surface for the Motorola Droid 1.
- Very thin/sleak
- Rubberized grip akin to Seidio and others.
- No rubbing when keyboard is slid out.
- Adds very little bulk to the phone.
- Less form fitting than comparable (read: Seidio) cases, meaning there is a small gap between the case and the phone near the camera. Feels weak, and potential for breaking seems high.
- Price seems high for what it is.
In the end, I've had a couple of different cases already in the short time I've had this phone (day one), and this is hands down the best available case currently. If Seidio releases a case, I will likely invest in it, but for the moment this is a very reasonable substitute.
Questions: If anyone else has this case and either a car or home dock, does it fit into the dock with the case on? I'm needing to invest in a car dock for this phone, but not all that interested in being the guy who finds out whether or not it works in case or not, hence my waiting for Seidio to make up their darned minds on whether or not they'll be making a case.
Final Word: If you, like me, have been waiting for a sign of anything at all from Seidio or Otterbox, yet have been frustrated by their abhorrent customer service, this case is a suitable replacement for the time being.