Anyone have some hidden gems to add to my research? Here are the keyboard covers (not cases) I've found for iPad Air so far. Some great features to be had... but sadly, they all have some deal-breakers! (Amazon reviews have been a major info source.) The original Logitech Ultrathin for iPad 2/3/4 was great--no deal-breakers--but nothing for the Air seems to reach that standard yet. So the quest goes on... Belkin QODE Thin Type Good: style, super thin, 6th row of function keys, full-size numbers, mic key, keyboard auto-on/off Bad: quote, apostrophe, question mark and slash keys moved to odd locations (often-used keys) Logitech Ultrathin Good: style, close color match for space gray, previous model well-received, holds closed well? (not all competitors use magnets when closed) Bad: magnets in stand-up slot are badly designed (in the Air version specifically)--make the case plastic peel up off the metal base (and hold the iPad too weakly as well); too easy to break at that spot (Note: I've read very strong claims, both that Logitech HAS recently tweaked the Air cover design to fix these issues, and that they have NOT. I'd love confirmation either way. Of course, even so, old units could still be in the channel to buy.) ZAGGKeys Cover Good: thin, backlight available, biggest keys, 6th row of function keys, full-size numbers, mic key, adjustable angle (Lenovo-style flexibility) Bad: takes a lot of force to get iPad in and out or change to portrait--causes scratches; easy to tip backward especially in portrait Anker TC930 Good: price, keyboard auto-on/off Bad: slightly smaller keys than others, weird pop-up stand instead of simple slot, silver doesn't match space gray, feels cheap--questionable longevity SHARKK Ultrathin Good: price, backlight available Bad: slightly smaller keys than others, silver doesn't match space gray, feels cheap--questionable longevity Any better options? I want a cover: maximum portability in my existing sleeve, and easy attach-remove[/] because I will use it less than half the time. Mainly as a keyboard/stand by my sofa, and I want to grab the iPad off the stand easily. And I demand a normal key layout! I really wish the Belkin had that. Or that the ZAGGKeys didn't grab the iPad in a damaging way that needs two hands to remove. Both of those look terrific otherwise. Right now I use a separate, non-attached/non-cover portable keyboard (Verbatim folding)... but it's awkward to carry and doesn't work that great; key layout is a bit off and key feel is quite poor. The Logitech sounds best, but only IF they revise the initial (Air-specific) cover design to make it work more like their Ultrathin for previous iPads--and not break so easily.