Here we go. I just received it and I am impressed. I can't say I'm overwhelmed with the quality and build but it does live up to the standard with minor manufacturing "leftovers" that could've gone through a little bit of quality control. Other than that let's dive into it. First and foremost, it's heavy. The clickety clakety hinge that was in the demo videos didn't seem to have made it into final production but it's actually nice this way and the overall rubber construction does hold the pad in place on a smooth surface which leads me to the next thing which the rubber construction attracts dust tremendously. It's not a big deal and barely noticeable (although in good lighting you can see it, as you can see in my pictures). The vertical stand position seems a bit wobbly and feels like the back stand can break if you force it to much so take good care when releasing it from it's back. Once again the back stand could have had a more reinforced solid plastic. The keyboard stand, on the other hand, does it's job. No complaints there and perhaps because it's so low to the surface, you don't feel that "wobbly" feeling, as opposed to, the vertical positioning. As far as where the iPad actually inserts into the rubber "holder." I do caution when putting in there because on the left side of the insert is hard plastic and I can see how you can possibly scratch the iPad. It's not a big deal but I would like to point that out. Once the iPad is in there, it does fit snuggly and it doesn't feel like it will stretch out and over time lose it's elasticity if you are expecting to pull it in and out of the case. As far as the port/power, volume, etc, openings, it fits exactly and no complaints there. I think that covers all of it. It's simple design that I'm sure was more complicated creating it but I'm happy with it. Oh one last thing, don't expect to drop it and expect that nothing will happen to your iPad, then again, I don't think there is any case out there that will fully protect your iPad from drops (just don't drop it! ) other than the Otterbox Defender case I think. So enjoy the pictures and good job quirky for the first release of this product.