Hey everyone. I have been trying out different cases and am beginning to get a picture of what I really want to use. I first used the Otterbox Defender for the new iPad but did not like the amount of weight it added or the screen protector. I switched to the Moshi Concerti and Monoprice screen protector and started to like it, but still find it pretty heavy (about as heavy as the Defender) and bulky to hold with one hand. I'm now interested in a case that maintains some protection for drops (so it covers the corners, bezel, back), without compromising weight and has some sort of screen cover and stand option (either with a Smart Cover, or its own cover). I've looked at a bunch of cases that are compatible with the SmartCover but I don't recall finding one that offers much drop protection. Most pretty much cover the back but the corners and bezel are still pretty vulnerable. Perhaps it is not possible to pad the corners or the bezel as the SmartCover wouldn't allow the room. Maybe someone out there designed a customized SmartCover that is slightly smaller to allow padding? I've also considered other folio cases but I get annoyed with handling the front cover when using the iPad as, you know, a tablet. If the cover is attached, I need some way to lock it into place so it's out of the way. I think the Maroo case does this (as does the Concerti), but I think that case is probably too heavy. Also, no cheap stuff. I've seen one folio case that used cardboard. Seriously. Has anyone come across the kind of case I'm looking for? Something as light as possible while still offering some protection for drops and has the option of a screen cover/stand that isn't cumbersome when not in use? Probably either a really protective case compatible with the SmartCover (or its own version) or a really light yet protective folio case that can secure its cover so its out of the way.