So the problem with Lifeproof-type cases is that it numbs the touchscreen capability a bit, and the problem with services/sprays like Liquipel is ... well, they don't often work as promised, at least when you fully submerge the phone for anything more than an instant. I was staring at the Speck case I have, noticing the rubberized edges around the screen and I thought ... why not make a hybrid case that is as waterproof as something like a Lifeproof -- only in lieu of a plastic layer between you and your screen -- there is none. The front opening would be tight, flush against the glass and adhered with something like silicon. Obviously something that would scrape off if needed -- and maybe this is a specialized enough that, like Liquipel, whoever sells the cases is the one who seals them. This way you'd have full access to the glass, and everything else would be waterproof, too. I'd do it in a heartbeat.