Hi, I will be buying a new Macbook Pro after much deliberation sometime in the very near future. I was going back and forth on the Air but that's not the topic of this thread. My current computer, one of the black polycarbonate MacBooks has seen it's fair share of bumps being in my backpack at university. At some point last year the screen was damaged and had to be replaced. Although the new Pro is made of a much sturdier aluminum, I'm still interested in buying something to put over it when it goes in my backpack. I've ruled out the plastic shell cases because I don't know how much protection they add. I would also like to avoid the basic neoprene sleeve because all it adds is a little cushion but no real protection. In terms of the harder sleeve type cases, most of them are made out of nylon with foam interiors. I'm torn between the Thule sleeve, Booq Vyper, and a Brenthaven sleeve. Which do you prefer?