This is a review of my silver Sector Pro iPhone 6 case from Element Case. The package comes with the case itself already assembled. A nylon fabric carry case that fastens with two magnets. A tool to use to dissemble and assemble the case. Installation instructions. The installation instructions were pretty easy to follow. Compared to the Sector 5 for iPhone 5, I thought the installation was easier and faster. You only have to remove two screws and remove the bottom piece. From there, the back plate comes off and you surround your iPhone in the case (left side, top, right side). Make sure the mute switch position on your phone matches the mute switch position on the case (On and On, or Off and Off). The back plate was a bit tricky to get in, but I found it easiest to install by snapping in with the sides pushed out a bit, then having the top part of the back plate just slightly down from the top of the top rail, half covering the iPhones camera. Then slidding it to the top once in. From there, just move the side rails tightly into position, and screw on the bottom piece again. Fairly easy, no more than 5 minutes. The build quality is really excellent. It fits nice a tight, and the buttons for the mute switch, power, and volume are very responsive. The case does add quite a bit of thickness to the bottom of the iPhone especially where it flares out. I'd say at least 5mm on each side. However, the case is narrower in the middle. It does make the iPhone 6 feel more like you are holding an iPhone 6 plus. One handed use is a bit harder (I can't reach the top left of the screen to navigate back in the Messages app, but I can without a case, or even with my old UAG case I had on). There does appear to be some signal loss with the case on. Maybe 1-2 bars. I can't quantify this more yet, but will have to do some tests. I live downtown in a big city, so it isn't a huge issue for me. The case is fairly light, although feels very solid in the hand. The quality is very apparent. The openings for the headphone port and lightning connector aren't huge, so some after market accessories might not fit. Overall, a very good case. I sort of like the design better than the Sector 5, however with the phones getting bigger, the added thickness really did push me over the edge from being able to use my iPhone 6 with one hand easily to being a little more tricky with this case on. Another design change between this case and the Sector 5 is that the sim card slot is not accessible. You will have to take the case off to access the sim card slot. Also, the Sector 5 looked fine without the back plate on. With the Sector Pro for iPhone 6, I would say the back plate is mandatory and not optional. You could leave it off, but there is a noticeable gap between the back of the phone and the rails. It was designed to be used with the back plate.