Macrumors post Merry Christmas forumites, I received an iPhone 5 a couple days ago and I'm in the market for a case. I've done hours of searching online and purchased half a dozen cases from best buy & other local retailers, but can't quite find what I want. I'd really appreciate if some of you long time owners could give me some advice. I'm looking for something that adds minimal size & weight to the phone and that protects the sides and back (so not just a bumper). I don't intend to use a screen protector, so I'm looking for a case that will prevent the iPhone screen from contacting the table when the phone is laying on it's face. My biggest complaint with most of the cases that I've tried so far is that those with button overlays diminish the tactile feedback of the lock/unlock button, and with those that lack overlays I have to press really hard to get the buttons to click. I intend to keep my phone in the case pretty much at all times, so removability isn't really a factor. Rejects so far: Speck candy shell (too much bulk) Incase slider (inaccessible buttons) Incipio slider (too much bulk) *Griffin clear view (great weight & button responsiveness, but the clear panel scratches WAY too easily, and I've read reviews saying that it scratches the phone too) Belkin candy sheer (actually really liked this one, but the LOCK button was a bit hard to press is all) <--I had mistakenly written "home" Incipio frequency (same as belkin candy sheer) I've heard good things about the poetic atmosphere case & Ringke slim. Budget is around $60 or less. Thanks!