The Speck CandyShell for iPad is a remake of the popular iPhone case, with the added functionality that makes the iPad "dockable" while in the case. It looks great and it is very easy to get the iPad in and out. The case came out last week sometime and I ordered with expedited shipping, it came on Monday but I haven't had a chance to do the review until now. Hope you enjoy! For all the images in full 4288 x 2848 glory: go to this album It comes in a decent looking box, although mine was dirty right out of the packaging. The case is the only thing included, no screen shields, no microfibers, no accessories, nothing. The back of the case looks very similar to it's iPhone counterpart, except for the silicon strip that allows the back to open and the iPad to be placed on a dock. The inner lining of the case, unlike the original CandyShell, is not one single layer of silicon. It has the Speck logo punched in with holes, I am presuming this is to keep the weight of the case down without losing any protection. The iPad looks great looking at the screen with the case on, and Speck has continued there design of keeping some of the chrome (in this case aluminum) showing around the screen. I am using an SGP Crystal screen shield along with the case. When the iPad is in the case the speakers line up perfectly, and the sound is crisp and loud, despite there being a second layer covering them. If you are worried that the case will muffle the sound, don't be, Speck did an outstanding job on the speaker cutout. The volume buttons on the iPad CandyShell are easier to press than the rocker on the iPhone with the case, but they still take more pressure than the iPad without a case. As for the screen lock, there is plenty of room and it is easy to access. The headphone port lines up perfectly, and although they fit my headphones very well, they may not fit some headphones with very large plugs. The microphone hole lines up very well, but there is some silicon covering the mic, I'm sure I will be able to get this out later. Now for what everyone has been waiting for, dockability! Speck did an amazing job when it comes to docking the iPad, it works exactly as you would hope and is a seamless process to "flip back" the cover. Here is what the inside of that flap looks like: Here is a gallery of the iPad sporting the CandyShell next to an iPhone: Overall this is an outstanding case and so far I like it a lot better than the Apple Case as long as you get a screen protector with it. I say this because this is a back-only case and provides no protection for the screen.