My company, Peeled Wood Products, has created a line of super thin, real wood, iPad (and iPhone and MacBook) wraps and although everyone we've shown samples to loves them, I'd like to get some feedback from the audience here before we start marketing them. The pieces shown are made from real cherry wood that has never been sanded, yet is smooth to the touch, and is completely natural (no coatings). We will be offering a few different wood species, including walnut and either birch or maple. Unlike other wood cases or panels that use common veneer with an applied two sided adhesive, then laser cut to shape, our wood is so thin it can "wrap" itself around shapes. We produce it in Wisconsin using only domestic, sustainably harvested wood. We plan to expand the offering with specialty treatments including print stains, graphics and even custom logo applications. Using a non-permanent adhesive, they are super easy to apply (or remove). The wood does offer a level of protection to your devices, yet because it is so thin, it does not change the overall form factor of the iPad, iPhone or MacBook, the way typical wood panels do. It's more similar to the film wraps on the market, allowing us to create highly intricate cut-outs for microphones, camera lenses, buttons. Because each piece of wood is unique in color and grain pattern, any device wrapped in our Peeled Wood will be one of a kind. Let me know what you think.