So just like most people here, I purchased the Incipio Feather the instant it became available for purchase. It was, at the time, one of the only cases on the market, and lets be honest - most of you reading this are sticklers for cases and I'm no exception. When I got my Incipio Feather Black Matte, I was very frustrated with both the build quality of the finish (it rubbed off!), as well as the fit of the cutouts. I won't go into much detail about that here, but you can read about that over here: http://forums.macrumors.com/showpost.php?p=10472617&postcount=197 Well after complaining about the finish rubbing off in under a week, they said they will have an updated version at the end of July that fixes the cutouts and everything else. I spoke with them last week and asked if they had a more metallic finish available instead of the rubbery matte finish, since I fear it would rub off again. To my surprise, they offered to send me a White/Pearl metallic cast as a replacement - for free! I received it a few days ago and here's what I found, complete with a ton of pics. Here you can see the packaging is the same for both units. The only difference between the two is the camera cutout, which is MUCH BIGGER! The old cutout: The new cutout: For the most part, the build is roughly the same. There were some plastic edges on the black case that look like a poor job of the injection mold, but that was about it. Here's a shot of the front and back of both colors: The color of the white isn't actually a bright white like you would see on, say the Incase Slider. It's actually more of a sparkly pearl color with the Incipio logo branded on the back: The ports on the bottom are all exposed, like usual on these thin cases: One thing to notice is that when attached to a Black iPhone, the white Apple logo can be seen through the back of the case, but only slightly. This isn't really much of an issue at all, and Incipio's own promo shots of this color show the same thing: http://www.myincipio.com/product/IP...therÂ-Slim-Form-Fitted-Case-for-iPhone-4.html And here are some shots of the case from all sides. You'll notice that, just like most of the snap cases released currently, the front of the iPhone 4 is unprotected as the plastic case does not come all the way up to the front glass. This seems to be a design hurdle, currently, for all similar iPhone cases. To combat this, Incipio includes a screen protector with every case sold. I have not, however, had the chance to try out the included protector, mainly because I have an SGP Oleophobic protector on the phone right now and let's be honest, they're a bitch to get on. Final Thoughts: I am pleasantly surprised at this new updated Incipio Feather. That could stem from a number of reasons like my disdain for the matte black finish, or the incorrect fit of the previous model, or the shoddy camera holes. In any case, Incipio saw problems with their initial batches and fixed it. I haven't tried the included screen protector so I can't comment on that, but if it's anything like the SwitchEasy ones....yuk. I now use this case daily, and while it's a little stingy on the drop protection and coverage of the front glass, it doesn't add much bulk to the phone at all. I used it with a Marware CEO Permiere leather case and it fits like a glove. With that being said, if Incase (or anyone else for that matter) manage to come out with a slider case that protects the front, I may jump ship and head in that direction. The bottom line is that there are still a lack of proper case selections on the market, and the Incipio Feather Glossy/Metallic will hold me over just fine until something better comes along. Its ok tho, take your time.