SO...finally got my 7+ and wanted to give some initial impressions and post some pictures of the several cases I have and also a couple of Tempered Glass Screen Protectors I've tried. Keep in mind these are only initial impressions, haven't used anything for any length of time. 1. First up, the Spigen Ultra Hybrid: Pretty standard tpu/plastic case. It's the rose gold version, meant to get the black one but I'm just going to give this to my wife. Feels decent in hand, not slippery and it has some small "feet" on the back to keep it from laying on the plastic and prevent scratching. Buttons feel good, all the cut outs are plenty large. Overall just average, nothing outstanding but I'm sure it'll do it's job and protect the phone. 2. Next is the Daswise hybrid case: A fairly standard tpu/plastic case. It's the lowest profile case I've tried so far, looks very good and feels good in hand. It's got the smallest cut outs but the mute switch is still easy to use. I only have apple lightning cables so I can't say if the smaller power port will interfere with aftermarket cables. The back has a wrap around lip to keep the clear back off surfaces, but the front does not have enough lip to keep a tempered glass protector off a surface if placed face down. 3. Next is the Choetech hybrid case: This is a good looking and good feeling case. The corners are thicker and the lip on the front is larger than some other similar cases. The buttons feel good and the cut outs are all a good size. The only small thing I didn't like with this is the odd corner cut out for the camera, I think an oval shaped cut would look better. I also have a tempered glass screen protector from them, no pictures of it but it's pretty standard, non e2e glass. It feels very nice and stays fairly fingerprint free, but I will probably replace it once I find a good e2e glass. --- Post Merged, Sep 28, 2016 --- To continue with case pictures: 4. Nomad Leather case: This is an outstanding case and will probably be one of 2 that I use on a regular basis. The leather is the best quality I've seen on a case and it fits extremely well. It's actually a little difficult to get off the phone it's so tight. It protects the bottom better than the apple leather case and IMO is a better quality construction. The buttons feel good, the only nit to pick is the mute switch cut out is small and makes it a little tough to flip without having finger nails (I keep my nails very short). 5. Xdoria Defense Lux: This is my other favorite case. It looks and feels great, plus it survived a 50 ft fall in an EverythingApple video. The only negatives are that it does reduce signal slightly. If you get it for a sale price I'd say its easily worth the price, for the full price I'd have to think about it a little more. 6. Rhinoshield Crashguard: I thought I'd like this the most, since I liked the original a lot. This 2.0 case isn't as good IMO. Rhinoshield curved the edges more, I guess to make it look better but the effect is to make it want to slip out of your hands. The original still fits the 7 so I may use it instead. I can't recommend this because I don't like it, but I'm looking forward to Evo Labs releasing the Solid Suit for the 7, it was my absolute favorite case for the 6. 7. Spigen Slim Armor I'll post a picture when I get home but the newest case I've been using is the slim armor from spigen. It's the matte black version with the "soft touch" plastic and has great grip and looks really good with the matte black phone. There's only a few nits to pick with it. One is that it has an opening in the back to show off the apple logo, so unless you have a back protector you could possibly scratch your phone. Another is that the case wraps around the front more than others, so it won't be compatible with many E2E screen protectors. The final minor issue is that the curve on the edges is a little sharp. Instead of following the general shape of the phone it's a sharper curve with gives you less surface area to hold. Other reviews have said that the Tough Armor is easier to hold due to it's flat edges, but IMO it's not as good looking as the Slim. Overall it's a great case but if you get a "shiny" color the plastic will be slick and a little hard to hold. Last thing I'll end with, I don't have pictures but as far as screen protectors go, I've already applied and taken off 2 and I'm on my 3rd. I bought myself and my wife the Jellycomb E2E and can easily say DO NOT buy these. The colored part is plastic with a glass rectangle in the center. It leaves an easily felt seam between the 2. If that wasn't bad enough, neither one adhered properly. My wife's started to bubble the day after applying it and mine had a halo around the entire edge. Hope this all helps, let me know if you have any questions. Like I said, my 2 that I see myself using the most are the Nomad and Xdoria.