I wanted to start a new thread for the ultra cheap "Crazy On Digital" case I got on Amazon.Com for $1 ($3 shipped). Actually I got it for slightly less after a partial refund because of shipping troubles. This case is about as cheap as you can get as far as iPad 2 cases go. I wasn't sure if it was worth buying but I figured for $3 I might as well give it a shot. This case is actually a decent quality clear TPU case. It's not perfect and has some minor manufacturing defects where the plastic isn't quite as smooth as it should be, but it's actually pretty decent for $3, and it'll make a great temporary case until some real iPad 2 cases come onto the market. The fit was surprisingly tight and it was almost hard to get the iPad in. There's no room for the case to move or stretch and the feel of it is pretty close to a Belkin Grip Vue. Since I only paid $1.50 for it, I decided to attempt to modify it so it could be used with my Smart Cover. I used a scalpel to cut a notch in the side for the smart cover (with the help of my girlfriend who has a much steadier hand than I do). The result is pretty decent. The Smart cover stays on perfectly and when it is closed it causes the iPad to sleep/wake like it should. The notch I cut in the case any looser than it was, although I could see dirt getting in there when the Smart Cover is removed. The only downside is that the case extends around the screen about a millimeter, so the magnets don't hold the case closed as well as they otherwise would have, but it's still pretty decent. Here are some photos of my mod. My bird Lupe liked the mod so much that he wanted to eat it. The biggest downside of this case is the goofy dot pattern on the case. Why do case manufacturers even put designs on them when they never look good? It would be much nicer if they just made simple plain clear cases with no pattern in my opinion. Also it doesn't seem to work with the SD Card adapter in the camera connection kit. You have to take off the case to plug in the SD card adapter, however it works ok with the USB adapter which is slightly smaller.