I should never have listened to myself when I said "Give the £10 Spigen a try instead of forking out £35 for the brilliant official leather Apple case again as you did with your 5S", because after less than a week the Spigen is now in the bin and I've just bought an official leather case to replace it. This Spigen case is of good construction, but it has one major flaw... it's not a 100% tight fit around the handset which results in the bumper sides inadvertently 'rolling' back & forth over the iPhone 6's curved edge. This in turn makes pressing the volume & newly situated 'home' buttons very tricky! The bumper button alignment easily falls out of line with the actual buttons so you end up pressing against the side of the case and nothing happens but more movement of the case rolling back and forth. Once the bumper is out of 'location' to the button, when trying to press the power button you squeeze so hard you press the volume button instead. This becomes irritating very quickly! Now I have my iP6 in the Apple case, it's also eradicated my worries about the handset being too big. The Spigen looks quite slim, but in reality the bumper is really chunky and adds a lot of width to the phone making it harder to use with one hand. The opening for the camera lens doesn't have a bevel/surround around it, so if you have your phone in your pocket dust easily gets between the phone and clear back via the top gap. So some advice for those thinking of buying, you get what you pay for, it's a false economy.