iLounge's brief round-up aside, we haven't really had a thread for the free case program with all the info on the cases. Some people may still be stuck on what to choose. Well, I decided to help them. Here we go: Bumper - Black: (Apple) Pros: - Shows off your iPhone 4 - Looks minimal while still covering antenna - Makes iPhone grippier - Makes sure glass doesn't come into contact with other surfaces (and therefore scratch) - Metal buttons for volume on the case Cons: - Doesn't protect the back - Only black offered - Silent/Vibrate rocker can be hard to get to with big fingers - Headphone socket too small for many third party headphones - Dock connector only supports Apple cables. Retail Price: $29 Snap Case - Smoke/Clear: (Incase) Only Smoke and clear available Pros: - Thin - Big cut-out for camera flash - Lightweight - Shows off the iPhone 4 while still providing scratch protection for back (Clear only) Cons: - Not much in terms of protection - Only offered in Smoke/Clear colour (Apple's fault, not Incase's) - No buttons on case for the volume, only a cut-out Retail Price: $N/A Shield Micra - Clear: (Belkin) Pros: - Shows off the iPhone 4 while still providing protection - Ultra-thin - Big cut-out for camera flash - Flexible Cons: - Ugly looking volume button bit on side - Not much protection Retail Price: $24.99 Motif - Diamonds/Smoke: (Griffin) Pros: - Funky looking back of case - Provides a fair amount of protection - Still sort of shows off iPhone Cons: - The back of the case may scratch easily - Ugly volume button cut-out design - Looks like it may interfere with the camera flash, not sure if it has been updated? Retail Price: $19.99 Reveal Etch - Black: (Griffin) Pros: - Looks very nice - Good protection - Interesting looking back of case Cons: - Looks like it may interfere with the camera flash, not sure if it has been updated? Retail Price: $29.99 Fitted - Black Tartan: (Speck) Pros: - Good looking - Fabric on the back - Made by a company with a good reputation for build quality Cons: - Two piece: may come apart if dropped - No buttons on case for volume buttons, just a cut-out - Only in Black Tartan (Apple's fault, not Speck's) Retail Price: $29.95 PixelSkin HD - Black: (Speck) Pros: - Mixture of TPU and silicone - Matte square's on back with a glossy underneath, no fingerprints and looks good - Protection with minimal bulk - Sturdy for a half-silicone case Cons: - An untidy looking seam around the edge, can't be helped Retail Price: $29.95 So, I hope this guide has helped you choose which case to use! I personally got the Speck PixelSkin HD. Let me know how you liked the guide and what case you got below!