It was night and I had my phone in my left hand (I had been using it to play tunes thru the car's stereo system) and hadn't put it back in my pocket yet. Was taking a coat out of the back seat of my car when it got caught on something (I think the seatbelt webbing) and a box of compact discs. I gave the coat kind of a tug and kind of must have lost my balance for a sec and the next thing I know I see this phone shaped object fly about three feet vertical from my left hand and sort of arc over my head and head straight for the cement driveway on my right. I'm about 5'6" so I knew this was not going to end well. I couldn't get the coat and box out of my hands fast enough to try and grab the phone and the phone landed on the left top edge hard enough to make my heart skip a beat. Pick the thing up. It has a Platinum brand polystyrene case that's got some fuzzy foam like substance that cushions the phone inside. A cursory glance - it seems okay but I hadn't taken the case off especially outside. Bring the phone inside, get it under some bright lights and take the case off. Unbelievable, the only sign there was any kind of problem is the top upper left side of the case is sort of an impact point - an abraded area of the case material about 2-3 centimeters in diameter but the phone is spotless. So I learned to keep my phone in my pocket when pulling stuff out of my car and also to recommend this brand case if you ever need to protect your phone. And no, it's not bent either.