I have a Trident case. I love it. Here it is:
Cyclops Case for Motorola DROID MAXX
I'm using the Incipio Dualpro right now. I think it affords enough protection, though it's adds a little more to the phone's dimensions than I'd like. I also used the TUDIA Slim Melody TPU, which was a bit thinner but the fit and finish didn't do it for me. Next up is the Diztronic TPU and maybe the Bumper or Reveal case.
I also ordered the leather swivel holster designed for the Z30. I hear it's a pretty tight fit with the Z30 but I'm hoping I can squeeze the Maxx in there with a thin case on it. I previously bought and returned the Staples universal holster because, while it fit the phone OK, the belt clip is static which won't work for me.
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Anyone have this speck case- looks nice and a little different than the Otterbox commuter-
CandyShell Grip | Motorola Droid Maxx Cases and Covers | Speck Products
How about the Incipio feather?
Motorola Droid Maxx Ultra Thin Case | Incipio featherŪ
Wow, that's so weird. I used the bumper for months and the back is completely scratch-free. I haven't tried to deliberately scratch it, but it seems pretty scratch resistant.
Weirdly, though, I don't care about cosmetic scratching to anything but the display. That I want scratch free. The rest of it can scratch all it wants. I think old, scratched up devices look pretty good, actually.
I switched the Griffin Reveal mainly because the bumper case was not flimsy, but stiff, and pressing the power and volume buttons took more pressure than the bare phone does.
It's weird that our opinions of the bumper case are so divergent. When I discovered the bumper case I thought it was going to be like the ones Apple used to sell for the iPhone 4 and 4S, so maybe that's why I don't think it flimsy.
Received the Z30 holster yesterday. Fits the phone perfectly without a case, but there's no way it's squeezing in there with any conventional case on it. Looks like the Dualpro will be seeing the most usage. I don't think I'd feel confident handling the phone with anything thinner than that.