Just upgraded from the 3GS to the 4S and HATE the way the 90 degree angles on the back feel in the hand. This phone is an ergonomic nightmare. If I can't find a case that remedies the issue I'll return this and wait for the iPhone 5 redesign. So to avoid that I was hoping to tap the collective wisdom here and get case recommendations that meet the following criteria: - Significantly rounded back edges where it rests in your hand. - Matte silicone, polycarb, TPU or similar feeling material that isn't a lint magnet. Used a case crown slider on the 3GS and loved it. Not married to the slider design but will not consider anything in hard or shiny plastic which I find too prone to visible scuffs and cracking. I'm careful with the phone but it inevitably will get dropped a few times. (maybe 5 drops in 2.5 years for my 3GS and the CaseCrown slider was a champ) - Must have enough room at the docking port to allow for older style sync/charging cables to attach. - Full back (no bumper style) and a raised front edge lay-flat (screen side down) design. - Easy to press buttons. Whether it's a cutout or covered button design they need to be responsive. Even my cheap apple bumper clone provides this, so if I'm going to pay more I expect a case to provide the same ease of use. - Affordable. My former CaseCrown slider was flawless for it's functionality and cost only $12. I realize I'm not likely to be so lucky this time around but will not spend more than $40 tops. I don't use a screen protector so I'm not at all concerned with cases that interfere with them. (bubbling etc) Cases I've already tried: CaseCrown Slash Glider - Fantastic case for the price but horrible sleep/wake cut out. (deeply recessed with sharp edges that hurt finger to press) Incipio NGP - Functional but no rounding of back edges and an annoying mold seam around the entire outer edge. Apple official bumper (identical clones only $2 on amazon!) - surprisingly not terrible apart from the recessed back which I also don't find particularly comfy. Deal breaker though is the narrow dock port which doesn't have room to allow my 3rd party connection to use with my car stereo. If anyone has come across any cases that fit all of the above, I will be eternally grateful for your insights and thoughts. Thanks in advance!