I just thought I'd post a quick review (with pictures) of the Griffin Reveal for iPhone 4 that I picked up this morning. As you can see from the pictures, I picked up the white model of this case, even though I currently have the black iPhone 4 (I plan on picking up the white iPhone 4 when it's released). The case is composed of 2 materials, a silicone band around the edges (very much like the Apple Bumper case), with a hard polycarbonate clear back piece to protect the back of the phone. On the phone, it's a very slim fitting case that doesn't add very much thickness to the phone at all (even with the Reveal installed on the iPhone 4, it's still thinner than my 3GS WITHOUT a case). The silicone making up the soft edge part of the case is not an overly tacky material, unlike most full silicone cases, which I normally can't stand due to the amount of lint they pick up. It's slightly "grippy", without picking up lint or grabbing your pants pocket when pulling the phone out. The only thing I'm worried about with the white silicone model is that it might show dirt over a period of time, but I've found in my experience in cases that a quick wipe down with Clorox Clean-Up brings matte white cases right back to their original whiteness. The silicone wraps around the front edge of the phone just a bit to form a slightly raised lip around the screen to keep it from touching a surface when laying screen side down. It also forms a similar raised lip on the back surface, around the edge of the clear plastic back, to keep it off of a surface as well. I'd assume this is to help keep the polycarbonate back from scratching as much, since in my experience, the material is very prone to scratching when used for cases. The silicone on the sides does cover the volume controls and top power button, but is very easy to press and doesn't hinder the function of those buttons at all. All the appropriate cut out holes for the dock connector, speakers, and headphone jack all line up perfectly, as well as the camera and flash holes in the back material. One negative regarding it is that it does seem to exhibit some slight watermarking on the back of the case, since the plastic is a very clear, very smooth material pressing up against a similar finish glass material. I'm sure a touch of baby powder could fix that, but it's not that bad (the picture below looks worse than it actually is...from straight on, it's barely noticeable). All in all, I like this case, and I'm usually a case-whore (have about 30 for my 3GS!). It's a good alternative to the Apple Bumper with added back protection, and is $5 dollars cheaper to boot! In my opinion, it's MUCH better than the same model (Griffin Reveal) for the previous gen 3GS. And the white on black contrast is actually growing on me as well. If anyone has any questions regarding it, please feel free to ask. Edit: Found a potentially critical flaw in this case. When taking photos using the flash, the light from the flash bounces back and shows up as a haze in the photos, and makes the photos look more washed out. I've included images below so that you can see what it looks like. The first photo is without the case, and the second photo is with the case installed. You can see how the "haze" seems to be more concentrated in the lower left corner, as this is where the flash is located in landscape picture taking orientation. I'm taking this case back due to this.