After debating between the Dodocase, Keyboard Folio from Belkin, and the SGP Argos, I went ahead and got the Argos. As far as the Dodocase goes, the look is very classy, and somewhat versatile. I like the dodocase a lot for sentimental reasons as well because it has sort of a retro look, kind of back in the days when people (including myself) would get lost in books instead of gadgets... anyways, i digress. The price is a lot better as well. The only thing that prevented me from getting one is because as much as i liked the look, I didn't want that bulky, sharp-edged feeling. And I sort of wanted to go with leather anyhow. The Keyboard Folio from Belkin was also on my mind, but I already have a MBA, and I wanted to keep my iPad just for browsing and reading books at the coffee shops(i'm a tablet purist). And if I change my mind, I don't need a keyboard that HAS to fit in my folio. I can just buy one with a bluetooth later. I got the Argos because of the classic, simple style of it all. The leather feels really good, and I can tell the leather is top quality stuff. In the inside of the covers, there's a suede-like material with little SGP logos all over it. And the front cover has magnets to trigger the sleep/awake function. What really won me over were the flaps for the stands that's inside of the cover. It doesn't give the outside a complicated display. And it gives good support for when I either have to type something really quick or when I want to view something. One thing I wished SGP did (besides pricing it a little lower ) was if this case could stand vertically as well as horizontally. One big thing with these folio cases is that it's not that easy to hold in your hand while you're reading something. The Argos is not light. It's pretty heavy, which is good in some respects because it's more protective, but it sorta sucks when you have to pick it up with one hand while reading. I suppose for people who want a case that'll help them hold their iPads with one hand while reading, this Speck case might be for them if they don't mind cases that are absolute eyesores. Overall, I'm pretty happy with the Argos. The only leather case I've seen that, imo, looks better than the Argos is the Vaja Cases, which somebody posted about earlier http://forums.macrumors.com/showthread.php?t=1132803&highlight=... Beautiful, beautiful cases, but I can't fork over $220 plus wait 20 days for them to ship it over. Overall, I'm pretty happy with what I got. It's definitely an upgrade to my skinguard+smart cover, and pretty much the right case for me.