I've had my Otterbox for a few weeks now and feel a duty to post my review. It's great! It provides 360 degree protection that is unmatched by any other iPhone case. I work a job where I do some manual labor, pushing around heavy road cases and need something that will protect my iPhone from scratches, bumps and the ocassional fall. The Otterbox is the only case that I've found that can hold up under rough conditions and not impeed its functions. The Pros: 1. Solid construction. Once, you see their video on their website, its easy to put on and off the belt clip. 2. Screen protector built in! Most cases don't have screen protectors. 3. Hard case and soft rubberized skin around it to help you grip it. 4. The belt clip doubles as a stand to hold it up while watching content while seated. How cool is that! 5. Durable. It holds up to punishment and protects your phone Cons: 1. The oil slick problem on the screen is still there despite my thorough cleaning of my iPhone before putting it inside the case. i think it has to do with the type of plastic on the screen cover. Only becomes inconvenient in bright sunlight outside in the middle of the day. Which isn't that big of a deal when you consider that even if you didn't have the screen protector on it, you'd still have problems seeing the iphone screen from glair outside anway. 2. he port connecter is really recessed. This isn't a flaw, its just an unfortunate side effect of the amount of armor surrounding the iPhone. It doesn't impeed connecting your iphone syncing cable. Those fit fine. But any direct port connectors like those on a stereo dock won't work because the port is too recessed. I'm still looking for a port extender that is the same dimensions as the iphone cable. 3. The silent switch is really recessed. Tough to get at to turn it on and off. a minor anoyance. 4. The bulk. To me, honestly. i like a little bulk. The iphone naked is just too small for me to hold and talk on without getting hand cramps after a while. And, while doing the ole' hold the phone with your shoulder and talking into it without the case always felt wrong because of the thin dimensions of the iphone. With the case, it feels solid and i don't get hand cramps holding onto it. Some people comment to me, "wow, that case is huge!" and sorta tease me. Then, after a few moments of seeing how useful it is, they become respectful and even envious. And seriously, it doesn't make it that huge! We're not talking Nextel phone huge. It just adds a little thickness. Which, for the ultimate protection it provides, it's worth it in my eyes. In summary, if your all about the looks, the Otterbox isn't for you. Go buy a fruity incase color case or something like that. But if you do REAL work anywhere outside of a plain office, and want to bring your high tech iPhone with you. The Otterbox is the top choice.