About me: I have been purchasing cases for a while and I'll just briefly list the cases I've had since I purchased my phone (in chronological order). - Incipio Silicrylic - Speck Candyshell - Incipio NGP Black - Speck Pixelskin HD - Apple Bumper - Speck Seethru - Powersupport AirJAcket - Incipio Feather Ever since I've had the Apple Bumper I realized how much I appreciate the physical design of the iPhone 4 and thus I decided to try 2 cases that would try to re-create the original iPhone 4 feel. I have purchased these 2 cases and thought I'd share my experiences with you. I like to keep the review portion short and simple by using point form, if you wish to know more about the case or have specific questions you can post below and I will try my best to answer. PowerSupport AirJacket - Good looks, shows Apple logo and antenna - Clear plastic material is a little bit slipper than I am used to, but does re-create the iPhone 4 backglass feel. - Shows fingerprint as it is hard plastic. Incipio Feather - Still pretty good looking, although it covers up everything. - Smooth material for gripping, will not slip out of your hands. - No fingerprints on the back. Conclusion - Both have an awesome fit and really snug to the phone - Both do not have the front lip for the "lay-on-the-table" design. - They're both great, select one depends on what type of grip and how you like your phone to look. Other Considerations As you can probably tell, this is not in point form. I will try to explain something that bugs me about the no front-lip design. I don't plan on dropping my phone nor have I actually dropped my phone. I don't mind having no drop protection if it allows me to minimize the size of the phone. Once you've used a slim case, you really appreciate the physical size of the phone. My only concern with these no front-lip design is that, if you have a screen protector on your phone, lint may be attracted to the side of your screen protector, the outer-lining of it. Additionally, from sliding the phone in and out of your pocket, you might catch the screen protector on the edge and raise it. This is not a concern with other cases that have the front lip lay-on-the-table design because the protector covers up the edge of the screen protector. I will have to use it for a longer while and provide some feedback as to how my screen protector is holding up. I am using the PowerSupport Anti-Glare HD. If I can get 2 months of usage out of this, I don't mind switching a new screen protector ever 2 months in order to continue enjoying these slim cases.