Hi there, I currently have an 'Origami' case for my iPad Air 2. I do need to use the iPad in 'stand' mode, but similarly there are times when I want to just hold the iPad easily itself. The problem with my case and probably every other normal iPad case is that there's an over-hang once you fold back the cover, which makes gripping the iPad a bit annoying. The lining of the case is also weird to be getting your hands all over. The over-hang is made worse by the trade-off of the Origami style - One of the 'flaps' folds a bit in this mode which is also annoying. Take a look at the MS Surface Pro 3 - it has a detachable keyboard cover that just attaches magnetically, like the iPad 2 smart cover did. Easy snap on, snap off. It's much more cumbersome to snap on and off an actual iPad case in its entirety. So I'm here to ask - are there any cases with a detachable front part i.e. stand/cover ? All I can find are keyboard cases, which I don't need. If not, why not? It sounds perfect - hold the iPad in a way that works best for games or sofa browsing, then just snap on the cover when you're storing you iPad or need to use the stand function.