I've always regretted having to envelop beautifully designed aluminum phones such as the iPhone 6 and HTC one in thick silicon or plastic cases. Seriously, covering up these beautiful phones in more often then not, ugly cases seems to put to waste the hours of work engineers and designers spent developing these aluminum casings. But, we all do it in order to keep our expensive devices safe and pristine. So, when I saw the Rock Infinite aluminum case for the 6 on these very forums, I couldn't resist! I received the case today and I'm very happy with my purchase. With its clear acrylic back and aluminum bumper, it looks and feels almost exactly like a naked iPhone 6. And that, I think, is the biggest compliment I can give it. The buttons also feel perfect; very tactile. In terms of reception loss that usually plagues aluminum cases such as the Spigen Neo Hybrid Metal, I haven't experienced any loss with the Rock Infinite. However, due to physics, I'm sure there must be some degradation in reception, albeit very minor. So I wouldn't recommend it to people who live in area with really poor reception. ___________________________________________________________ Packaging looks nice. Aluminum bumper is very well made and looks great. Phone in the case: ____________________________________________________________ Dislikes: There was an instruction sticker tacked onto the clear back and it was damn near impossible to get off. There was no tab to lift the sticker off. I had to chip away at a corner for 15min with my finger to get the sticker off. Silent switch becomes hard to reach, not as bad as some other cases though. Cutout for the headphone jack is very small in diameter. A trade off for good aesthetics. My Senheisser Momentum In-Ears just managed to fit through the cutout. Those with headphones/earphones with large jacks should steer clear of this case. It's a hassle to take the phone out of the case. Not good for people who like to switch cases often.