as a normal (and careful) user of an iphone 4, i can count how many times i drop my phone on 1.5 hands (sorta) and most of the time it's because i dangerously balance it on my clothes when i shower and i forget it's there and bloop it drops (i have an iskin solo so it's pretty set on the impact factor) anyway let me cut to the chase: it's time for a new case. after spending hours and hours slaving over a bright screen through the wee hours of the morning, i have come to the conclusion of these two cases: the Marware Microshell case and the incase slider case and i'm stumped. i like the microshell in that it has a slight lay-on-table design but still maintains a sense of thinness (most thin shell cases don't have that lip) my only gripes (which pales in magnitude compared to the pros) are the volume/silent cutout, as i'm not sure whether i can just flick my finger across the switch or not (no biggie though) and i'm not sure if it will survive a single drop on a hard surface (again i don't drop my phone on the regular, and if i do drop it, chances are it probably will be a carpet or if i'm unlucky, a hard surface). so i'm not too worried about the drop factor and i guess it's just something that i will have to sacrifice for a thin case as for the incase slider, it seems to be on the moderately thin side (by no means is it a pinlo bladedge though, or one of those heavy-duty otterbox things) and the reviews say that access to the controls is a breeze, but i'm not too fond of the 2-pieceness, because i could lose the bottom part i'd get it without a doubt if it was slightly thinner. i just hate to get this case and have to settle with a case that is just as thick as my iskin solo (unless someone can say otherwise) so, to compare the two in terms of cons: microshell: my iphone could die from a single drop but i'm more of a careful user so it's not a big issue slider: 2-pieceness (not a big deal), not sure if it bodes well with shock absorption (due to it's hardness) feel free to include your own opinions and experiences! i'm leaning towards the microshell though.. so, macrumors, help me. microshell, or incase slider?