So I have joined the club of "I kilt my iPhone." Well, rejoined. I did a number on my iPhone 4 without breaking the screen. Just dropped it at a gas station and the backlight eventually went out. This time I dropped it on my bathroom's tile floor -- face first. This is after I dropped it in the garage. I was using it as a flashlight in the garage, using it as a level in the bathroom. I know, I need to invest in tools. So I've signed up for an appointment at the local Apple Store to get the screen replaced. I like this folding wallet case I have for my phone because I have managed to stash six cards and a few bills in it with the ability to close the thing. But since I have now dropped it twice in six months with damage -- the first time cracked the bottom right and put a tiny scruff on the face near the top right of the display -- I figure I need to get more practical. Since I still want to try to keep it as my wallet, I just ordered an Otterbox Commuter Wallet case. It only holds three cards and cash, but I figure I can put my student ID in my backpack since I only need it for vending machines and occasionally to use the city bus. I can put my secondary credit card back at home since it's the one I use for ApplePay and I needed it when my primary one was maxed out. Anybody else got advice for NOT GOING THROUGH THIS AGAIN? I mean aside from just buying a damn flashlight and level. I bought about 8 LED flashlights at Harbor Freight after the flashlight episode. I suppose I'll pick up a level at Home Depot after this. I had just hoped to spend $109 of my overtime pay/tax refund toward my Apple Watch or anything else besides a new iPhone screen.