I've been a supporter of Incase products for quite some time now. I used to run both the Slider and Snap Case for my iPhone 4. Incase cases are definitely more expensive than your standard case, however, it is worth the minimalist design, great fit and finish, and great customer service. Design: Like previous Snap cases, this case does not take away from the look of the iPhone. Very minimal. Does offer a lip around the edge in case you want to lay the phone on the screen, it will not touch the surface below. Although there is no top or bottom coverage, there is enough of a lip that if the phone were to stand vertically, the top or bottom does not touch the surface below. This design ensures there will be no problem connecting devices such as 30-pin adapters (I have tried) or headphones. The camera cutout in the rear is large enough that it will not affect the camera flash like the first gen of cases for the iPhone 4 did. Fit & Finish: Definitely top quality here. Case fits nice and tight. Case material seems a bit stiffer than Snap cases for the iPhone 4/4S which is a good thing because those had a tendency to weaken and crack on the corners over time. This case has a nice soft rubber feel, just like it did for the 4/4S. The inside of the case is smooth. I have taken the case on and off a few times and it has not scratched any portion of the phone. Price & Availability: $29. Definitely more expensive than many cases, however, cheaper or on par with pricing from the likes of Speck, etc. I ordered my case directly from Incase, www.goincase.com, however I saw a few of these at my local Apple store. Fitment with Screen Protectors, Skins: This case did not work with my Zagg Invisibleshield HD full body protection. I removed the entire protection, although you can leave the screen protector on. This case should work with all front screen protectors.