I just received my iPhone 6S+ Loopy case in the mail today. I was a kickstarter backer so I received the case for $32 plus another $2.99 for additional loops. Here are my initial impressions: Back of case is very smooth to the touch -- it feels nice Case cutouts are very large and leave more than enough room for the ports, speaker and camera (and possibly dust too...) Volume buttons are springy and feel great Case is overall very thin and adds minimal bulk Compatible with my 3D edge to edge screen protector, Ice Max, and does not push up the glass Back rubber band 'loop' is very grippy and springy Loop adds a nice sense of security when operating the phone one-handed Loop adds one finger carrying convenience for the phone Loop adds the luxury of having a 'kickstand' to prop the phone up on its side when watching videos The folded loops on the inside of the case creates a small bulge on the back that isn't hugely noticeable but it does make the case feel better in your hand Adjustments are still needed to reach the home button and top edges of screen (could be partly due to my small hands); my middle finger is almost out of the loop when reaching for the top left corner and I have to sort of 'brace' my finger against the phone and rubber band to reach Lock button offers no feedback and it's difficult to feel whether you've actually pressed the button or not I wish the loop could be tightened for a more secure feel; the current loop leaves a lot of room around my finger (almost too much) Full drop protection is questionable due to the thinness and lack of added corner/edge support The lip to protect the screen is tiny and does not offer much protection when the phone is placed face-down Phone will obviously no longer lie flat on any surface Loop can sort of stick when the phone is placed in a pocket Website said loops are meant to last for around 180 days; will replacements be needed? Overall, I am pretty happy with my case but I do wish I could tighten the loop so it isn't so loose on my finger. Time will tell whether the loop actually 'stops the drop' like its website claims or if the loop is just a novelty. If you have any questions about the case, let me know!