Like many iPhone owners, I get antsy at the thought of removing the device's case every day for my overnight charge. It's not so much the inconvenience of the extra step, rather, I'm concerned that the removal and reinstallation actions are placing stress on the side buttons that, over time, may cause damage. I'm using a slim Carved case now. I think it's a perfect size and adds minimal bulk. I've had some quality issues with these products in the past (thinner bits of plastic cracking (to wit, the plastic spacer between the volume buttons and mute switch. Anyway, it's a perfectly slim product and I like the finish. More on point, even with this slim case--that has no bulky bottom protection--it simply will not charge reliably in my iHome iD91 (which has been retrofit with a 30 pin to Lightning adapter). No issues with the 5S chassis or iPad mini--both in cases. What are the current options for iPhone 6 users? Looks like slim pickings now, but charging via the computer or wall jack isn't always convenient or practical given the outlet placement in my room, and the fact that I use my phone as an alarm clock. Below is a list of potential candidates for this purpose that I've pulled from similar posts: Lightning Dock for iPhone 6 (This is a nice, clean, minimalist design that purports to support cases. Not a bad price, either. KiDigi Desktop Charger (I know nothing about this brand, but it advertises an adjustable lightning prong, presumably making it compatible with encased phones.) Rokform iPhone 6 Docking Station I think the design of this dock is garish, but it's not necessarily a deal-breaker if it gets the job done. HiRise for iPhone & iPad mini Not really sure what to say about this one. Looks promising, and the price is right Anyone have any experience with these products, or have any more to add? My best case scenario is an iHome (or similar clock-radio dock) that supports the case. It's nice to be able to give a quick glance to the clock, to to listen to music on more rounded out speakers. Perhaps I'll take a ride to Best Buy and try some out with my case on---but the last time I visited, their selection with a little light.