Hi, I was browsing Kickstarter and I came across this case which looks amazing IMO. It uses some kind of special magnet which makes it strong, easily detachable and flexible. Before anyone says otherwise: I'm not affiliated with the makers. I'm just here to ask - is there a catch? This looks like a revolutionary case, you can snap it to a fridge, you can snap it to a stand that rotates, you can use it in all sorts of angles both landscape and portrait. Best of all for my needs, you can detach the cover when you're not using it and use the iPad naturally with a thin hard case. The kickstarter is here: https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/2044819567/glyder-case-the-worlds-lightest-and-most-versatile It only has a small amount of its $25,000 target with 14 days to go so I'm asking why haven't people jumped on this? Why isn't it being funded well? I want this case, but I haven't got $20,000 to spare to fund it!