Hi everyone. I just got an iPad Air, and I've spent the past 24 hours searching and reading trying to find the right case. Nothing has jumped out as THE best option for the list of wants I've compiled. I'm hoping for some feedback/ideas from those of you with hands on experience and a broader knowledge of what's out there or possibly expected to arrive in the near future. Must Haves: Less than 250 grams. I've tested my tolerance by holding paper/magazines under my Air, and at about 250 grams it gets pretty darn noticeable and annoying. Provides a modicum of drop protection (the corners of my 3rd gen are rounded after a couple short drops from the couch onto a thin area rug. It was in a Moshi folio case with a rubber-type frame to hold the ipad. Didn't do diddly to protect the aluminum.) Front and back coverage Multiple viewing angles - I prefer to have more flexibility and stability than given by the smart cover and copycats. Auto on/off magnet Really Wants: Magnet holds front cover closed to back in book mode Cover closes securely w/o wiggle that could trigger ipad to wake Durable Sure Would Be Nice: Portrait stand option More than a modicum of drop protection Don't Give a Hoot: Showing off that it's an ipad Amazing color selection When I first saw it I thought the Moshi VersaCover might be a good option, but the repeated complaints of cracking in a very short time has me really turned off at the moment. It'd be one thing if it was an issue of just getting a bad copy and having it replaced, but the reviews seem to suggest it's a bigger issue than that. Anyone care to argue that point? I've also seen a kid on youtube complaining that the narrow sections of the front cover at top and bottom start to flap away from the ipad when closed after a bit of use. The Devicewear Ridge is appealing for how it stands and offers a typing angle w/o any of the inside cover touching the table to get dirty. However, it's on the upper end of the weight range I'd lke to consider. Can anyone say whether or not the front cover sticks to the back in book mode? I saw that Speck is coming out with a Durafolio which offers military spec drop resistance in a folio case. Looks interesting, but I'd be amazed if the weight is particularly low. Also no word on an exact release date other than "Q1".