So I'm getting iPad Air for my parents and need to protect it. As always, the biggest problem with a mobile device is the painstaking search for the right protective accessories. I'm looking for something that is not too expensive (no +$60 cases), that does not stain easily, that protects the screen (I do plan on installing a clear screen protector as well) but does not add too much bulk and does not get in the way. My parents read in bed a lot so that needs to be considered too. I've heard good things about origami cases such as the RooCASE and Incipio's LGND (although Amazon's reviews suggest that this case might have durability issues). However, I have two concerns about origami cases. Firstly, would the screen cover part be on the way when holding the iPad. Secondly, while origami cases such as the RooCASE do work in portrait mode, I wonder how stable they would be when placed on top of one's chest (or actually the bed cover) when reading in bed. These concerns got me thinking about separate solutions such as getting a light TPU case and a Smart Cover. This wouldn't be as elegant a solution as an origami case but my parents would have the option of taking the smart cover off. However, a smart cover isn't as versatile as an origami case. I know what some of you are thinking... Why don't I just go in to Best Buy or whatever and try out cases. Unfortunately I live in a European country where there are usually just two types of Belkin cases for iPads and that's it. In other words, I have to buy the accessories 'blind'.