It seems like a good idea to reserve myself a little corner of these forums in which to draw attention to my recent flood of iPad reviews. Right off the cuff, I'd like to say that I'm digging the flip-style case from Piel Frama as an all-rounded, but I've looked at some good cases. Silicone shells don't really do it for me, but are not left out. Without further ado: Case Mate Gelli http://www.gadgetoid.com/2010/05/20/case-mate-gelli-thermoplasti-ipad-case-review/ Be-Ez memory-foam slip case with zip http://www.gadgetoid.com/2010/05/18/be-ez-polyurethane-ipad-slip-case-with-zip-review/ Vaja iVolution Top SP Leather clamshell http://www.gadgetoid.com/2010/05/17/vaja-ivolution-top-sp-leather-ipad-clamshell-case-review/ Piel Frama Flip Cover http://www.gadgetoid.com/2010/05/17/piel-frama-leather-flip-cover-ipad-case/ Proporta Mizu Shell http://www.gadgetoid.com/2010/05/11/proporta-mizu-shell-silicone-ipad-case-review/ Proporta Maya II http://www.gadgetoid.com/2010/05/10/proporta-maya-ii-ipad-pouch-case-review/ Tuff-Luv Multi-view (Currently the best buy, I think) http://www.gadgetoid.com/2010/05/23/tuff-luv-multi-view-leather-ipad-case-and-stand-review/ There's little crossover between these cases, apart from the Mizu Shell/Case-mate Gelli. The Gelli is generally nicer than the Mizu shell but a whole £10 more expensive. If you want dead-sexy style the Vaja offering is currently topping out everything else, but £120/$170 is a hard pill to swallow. Piel Frama's book-style case works as a stand in two orientations and looks very professional, but it's around £90 which is also quite a spend. Be.Ez have, thus far, the most absurdly protective case I've encountered. Seriously, there's more padding in there than a memory-foam mattress topper. The Maya II has a matching iPhone slip case and is really quite well padded. More to come soon, including some shinies from Beyza and Noreve. Let me know if a case has caught your eye and you want it critiqued. Edit: Just added a link to my review of the Tuff-Luv Multi-view. It's not my favourite aesthetically, but it definitely represents the best value/feature trade off, being £39.99 and having a built-in 5 position stand. It'll no-doubt get a lot of use.