This is like my 3rd iphone replacement (one had got stolen and I had to bring my last one back because the camera was messing up literally). So I was rushing so much I didn't take time to thoroughly examine this new one to the core (the other buttons are tight as a whistle lol, and everything else works). BUT, the home button as I can put it is somewhat loose, wiggly, creaky, what ever you call it, when I move it up and down, is when i hear that annoying sound, but it responds. I had returned my first iphone because of this issue, but it seems like I'm not the only one, and I am beginning to wonder if this is something common I should even worry about? I really don't want to swap it out again, because i live far from the apple store, and I might get a 5k refurb. If I bought a outterbox defender, would i probably still hear the creaky sound, or does it come with a solid home button layer? Or should I order a replacement home button, and have a local iphone repair shop fix it? I mean its seems like some phones do this and some dont, so I was wondering would the outterbox stop it.