Recently I got the Apple silicone case for my iPad Pro. I wasn't worried about damaging it, but liked the look and wanted to feel relaxed when putting the iPad against various surfaces while drawing. It was on for only a few days and then I took it off for some cleaning as there was dust gathered alongside the edges. To my surprise, I found a scratch on the back. Now, there is a chance it was there before I put my case on but I just didn't notice it. Then again, I remember cleaning the back before putting on the case (so that I wouldn't trap anything inside that could cause damage). Maybe some dust got in and I scratched it while removing the case, I don't know. I've used Apple's leather cases on iPads and iPhones before without issues, so I would be a bit surprised if the case itself was the culprit. Look, I don't care that much for a few scratches, but if I can get a case and not worry about it, why not? But now I'm a bit disappointed - this case wasn't exactly cheap. Then again, perhaps the scratch had nothing to do with it and it's actually good protection. So, I wanted to ask you about your experiences. Do you think an official Apple case can actually do more harm then good, or is it the other way around. Thanks.