Stay away from: Treegloo, DodoCase, Portenzo, Pad & Quill, Grove Case, etc. They are not all it's cracked up to be. There are too many complaints on these companies on MacRumors accessories forums (do the search for each company name). The companies like them, especially start-ups, usually take advantage of hypes generated on forums, especially on this highly popular Apple fan site, MacRumors.com. Commonly representatives from the companies would show up and post as soon as their products are mentioned on the forums. It's a form of implicit advertisement to hype-up their products rather than a true customer support. I can say this because Portenzo Alano became very popular on MacRumors ever since Portenzo customer service rep hopped in the forum after I got interested in Alano version and posted many times on the topic last year. What happened to the Alano hype? What happened to their once "highly praised" swift customer service? Read this Portenzo hype-up forum: http://forums.macrumors.com/showthre...ighlight=alano Bad customer service (or too long wait) and wooden/bamboo moleskine book style case simply doesn't work the way people expect as fully-fledged iPad case. "Handmade" does not necessarily equate "high quality." DodoCase was once touted as "This is the Rolls-Royce of iPad cases" by Engadget that gave many stars and later, Eddy Award given by Macworld. Before you knew it, YouTube was filled with clips showing iPad falling out of the case spontaneously. iPad falling out of DODOcase: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8btBjbZSLtI At least one of Treegloo customers has a problem similar to DODOcase failure: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2bQY9sW5c9U Grove Case cannot stand: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vwb4W3g0VSI The next generation iPad is around the corner (within 6 months). Don't waste time dealing with the start-up failures. By the time you get your case iPad 3 is released. Spend valuable time using iPad 2 on something else that is worthwhile doing. You guys are missing out the joy of iPad! Dear MacRumors: MacRumors should limit companies from taking advantage of forums to advertise or support their own products. The forums should be sterile from such advertisement tactics.