I just received the Nodus Access Case for my iPhone Six Plus and I thought I would share my initial thoughts regarding this premium folio case. What first attracted me to the case was the fact that it attached to the phone via adhesive surface. I felt this was necessary because of the curved edges of the iPhone. All other cases in which the phone snaps into a plastic shell all but distract from this elegant design feature. The second reason I chose this case was the built in stand as shown above. It allows me to lay it on my chest while in bed, have a comfortable angle to read something while eating lunch at work, and a host of other options. Lets be honest here, an iPhone six plus with this sort of case is the closest thing you will get to an iPad mini mini. The case itself is relatively thick. It will double the thickness of the iPhone six plus. Although you should be expecting this when looking into the folio style cases anyway. If you want for a slim folio case look at Twelve South's Surface Pad. This however features top quality leather. This isn't a soft leather however, but it should age well. Also in the image above on the left hand side you will notice a strip of the adhesive used to attach the phone on the panel that covers the front display. Unfortunately I found this all but useless. It does not keep the cover down at all and I have considered removing it because all it ends up being is a lint magnet. I feel that a part of the reason this feature does not work is because of how stiff the leather is. To give you an idea of how stiff check out the next image. Now I'm going to use this case for a while and hopefully the leather will soften a bit so that it will become more functional. I will report back with how it holds up. PROS: Premium Leather Caseless iPhone Feel iPad-like Stand CONS: VERY Stiff Leather Cover Cannot Close Completely Found here: http://thenoduscollection.com/pages/the-access-case I'll answer any questions you guys might have.