So I just got some new cases for my iPhone 3G. One silver texalium (aluminum coated glass fiber) and one carbon fiber both from dro concepts. *They came in very minimalist packaging (from their website, Im guessing for environmental reasons) *Each one came with one screen protector and one embossed cloth wipe. *The cases themselves are truly gorgeous to look at. They have an absolutely stunning finish (they look better in real life than on the website pictures) *Both cases fit very well, the carbon fiber case seems to fit more snug than the silver one. I believe this is because carbon fiber is a stiffer material than texalium. *The cases have been banging around in my pockets (as that is where I keep my phone) The "toughen coating" seems to hold up exceptionally well against my keys and pocket change. I have used the cases switching them on and off for the past few days and I am very happy with them. The only issue I have had is a small slit opening up on the leading edge where the cases are adhered together. It is only visible when installing or removing the carbon case, and I can't really see it at all on the silver case. (I spoke with a very friendly young lady name Mary at dro concepts and she sent me some information about the design, evidently the "gap" is built into the design and allows the "super stiff" carbon to "give enough to properly accommodate" the iPhone 3G.) The issue seems to have no effect on the cases function, I was just overzealous it seems. I will post another update in a week or two after I have played around with these new cases further. I give them two thumbs up.