Aptly named the new Yoobao iSlim is slim, a hard (and very thin) back piece snaps on and is very minimal, maybe too much, tho seems secure in normal handling. leather, triple fold cover, unique flush rubber trim on 3 sides, on/off, very clean, open bezel. Pluses are the thinness, always a must for me, fit quality, finish out, rubber edge an leather back insert, seamless, all well done. I like the matte leather, not $100 great, but not toxic, plasticky, or shiny. Holding in one hand with a rubber corner in the palm is much better than the seamed edge leather Yoobao I have. some added grip too but the rubber only covers the the slim edge and 1/2" on the top, bottom, and opening edge. Minuses - mostly the hinge, very thin piece of 'leather', no backing or structure. flimsy, causes the flap to slide some in position. But no on/off triggering when folded back. some on/off triggering when closed, but just clicks, I do not see the iPad screen actually going on or off when I peak under the closed flap after I hear the clicks when I move the flap with my thumb. stand is ok in movie mode, typing mode is the now too-standard low angle, and not secure as I'd like. For $28 I paid, I like it. but I'm a Yoobaoer. It's very attractive, slim, minimalist, and I like the matte leather look and feel. It's not gonna protect much on a corner drop. All the Yoobao pluses I like plus very open bezel, rubber trim. The rubber and leather meets in a very seamless and clean design. somehow seems thinner than my already thin leather Yoobao exec? cover with the seamed edges and bezel coverage. It mus be the clean edging that makes the iSlim seem thinner and more minimalist. The weak 'hinge' and front flap are the main faults. The from flap is well made and has stiff reinforcement panels, but the flimsy hinge is the issue. The finish and minimalism and integrated rubber are the standouts. This is a light duty case, not if you are a dropper!