PDO Flipp Leather Case for the iPod touch 2G Previously, I owned a NeoTouch. I liked the case a lot, but one thing was really bothering me: the lack of frontal protection. I bring my iPod touch with me almost everywhere, and since I'm really paranoid of my iPod being stolen, I always keep it in my pocket. The problem is, pockets are dirty, filled with lint. Whenever you put your iPod in your pocket, the front screen gets smudgy and dirty. In addition, you're afraid your screen is going to get destroyed if you bump into the corner of a table. Therefore, I decided to ditch one of the best cases out there for a really retro case: a leather flip case. At $29.99 (I got it for 27 bucks on Amazon though), the case is fairly expensive for a leather case. But rest assured, it is actually leather. I'm really not a leather enthusiast so I really don't know how great the quality is. But I do know one thing, it is leather. The inside is lined with a nice material that will protect your iPod from scratching. Good stuff. Now we have that out of the way, here's what's good and bad about the case. The case also comes with a screen protector, which is absolute crap unless you put it on with a liquid. You'll definitely get air bubbles if you do it dry. Ratings Appearance: 8.5/10 - Looks very stylish. No belt clip, yay! But very bulky compared to other 2G cases. Protection: 9.5/10 - The front is covered nicely and this thing should be able to sustain a big fall. However, some of the chrome bezel is exposed on the bottom and the sides. Price: 7/10 - $30 is a lot for a leather case Overall: 8.5/10 - I'm pretty satisfied. This definitely the best leather case I've had (I've had two before). Pictures Please Register or Log in to view images The flap can make the iPod stand up when folded back at the right angle. Please Register or Log in to view images As you can see, the leather covers the bezel and a little bit of the screen. Please Register or Log in to view images Access to dock and headphone ports. Please Register or Log in to view images Cutout for volume controls on the sides. Please Register or Log in to view images Front Please Register or Log in to view images Back, with no belt clips! Please Register or Log in to view images Me playing Tap Tap (it's paused right now though). Please Register or Log in to view images That's how fat the case is.