I picked up a commuter case from best buy shortly after launch and noticed right away that the right edge of the plastic case was scuffed. looked like poor manufacturing. The silicone inside lining was also a bit gummy and would have white residue sticking on it and it felt a bit soft. I know some have complained about the commuter case being worse for the 5 and their previous iphone 4s. Have any of you checked where your iphone 5 commuter is made? Prior to making this purchase I assumed all cases were made in China, as is everything else. Anyhow, I found the same case online for $29 so i decided to order it and return the best buy case. Wasnt happy about the scuffs and nicks. When my online commuter case arrived, first thing i noticed was it says MADE IN USA. Kinda shocked for a moment in disbelief. Anyhow I pulled it out and noticed right away that the silicone material was different. Alot thicker and firmer. The plastic part of the case was also flawless. No scuffing or any damange. It also felt like it had more texture than the China commuter case. Odd. Overall im happy with this case, except for the part about the lightning port cover. It doesnt really go in all the way. On my China case, it went it all the way, maybe due to softer silicone? Anyone else notice or experience the above? I also was under the impression from reading somewhere on this forum that all otterbox cases were made in the USA. My thinking is that the best buy cases were made prior to launch and they just cranked them out really fast to get them to market for the 21st.