So I have this iMagnet car mount. It's the perfect minimalist mount. Except for the fact you have to put a metal plate either behind your phone case or stuck directly on the phone (which I don't mind doing). Problem is the plate is supposedly about .3 - .4 mm thick. I hear you all saying, "but prother1, why is this a concern?" I'll tell you why. It's because I'm looking to getting a minimalist case for my 6+. Looking into this 4 dollar case from eBay. Slick looking, .2mm TPU case, mainly just for grip. The perfect minimalist case. 'That's great, prother1," you might say. "so what's the problem?" The metal magnetic plate is twice as thick as the case! It is clearly going to bulge out like a giant bruise from behind the slim, healthy, smooth backing of the 6+. What must I do to allow for my minimalist magnetic mount and ultra-slim case to exist in harmony? Potential ideas: 1. Disassembling 6+, shoving plate behind backing, reassemble 6+ (NOT doing this) 2. A different case that already has metal built into it? Only one I know of is this, which is bulky and pricey (somewhat) 3. Some type of sticky glue-like magnetic substance I can smear on the case to replace the plate?? Do these even exist? 4. Sanding down the plate so it is thinner?? 5. ?? 6. Profit Discuss.