Speck Cases: Quality Protection? And Other Options Like many people I'm in the market for a new Q case. I keep coming back to the Speck ToughSkin because of its looks and protection, but then I hear about its flaws. Let me start out by saying I have a case right now, a form fit leather case that came with my phone from Alltel. I really like it, but I hate the way it protects the screen and covers the keyboard. The plastic will occasionally get stuck to the screen both blurring the screen a bit and making it a little difficult to remove from the case. Also, pressing the buttons is made slightly more difficult around the softkeys. I had to set my phone to "Press any key to answer." on phone calls because I could rarely press "Answer" easily with my thumb. I've considered cutting out the plasic over the keyboard, but did not like the idea that dust and small objects could get up under the plastic and potentially damage the screen. Which brings me to what I want: 1) I want a case that leaves the keyboards exposed, but protects the screen well. The screen is my #1 thing to protect. A scratch on the exterior would bother me for sure, but it wouldn't hinder utility like a nice one accross the screen. 2) I want good overall protection. I don't plan on dropping it, but who does? 3) I'd rather keep the phone in my pocket, but a clip or holster isn't really a negative. 4) I don't want to add a lot of extra bulk or weight. 5) Camera is uncovered for the sake of picture quality, but has some protection around it to keep it from rubbing directly against anything. 6) I plan to stick my SD card in once and leave it, so whether that's covered or not makes no difference to me. I don't use the IR port. 7) I'm not really a "pouch guy". I use my Bluetooth headset to answer calls and talk, but I use I'm a bit of a power user at times so it's in my hands more than in my pocket while on a call. I want protection from slight drops. The Speck ToughSkin really seemed to meet all of my above needs, but the reported tearing bothered me. Why does it tear? I know the rubber is thin around the USB port, but did it just pop one day or was it because you snagged something? I just want at least some good use out of the case before it starts to tear. I also read the screen protector still allowed scratches, perhaps even caused them. I chalked this up to human error installing it upside down, installing with dust/particles underneath, or something similar. I figured possible human error because most reviews rave the screen protector is fantastic because it sits just above the screen on silicon and stays put. Also, how easily can you use the D-pad, more specifically the up button? I was also considering something like BestSkinEver, and the like, but I was concerned that either they covered the camera lens and that it might lower picture quality or that if they did not cover the lens it would scratch. I also looked at the Speck SeeThru and other plastic cases, but it looked like they all had a slot under the screen protector to allow debris to enter. I could go on forever after looking through all the different websites and stores. What really hurts is my local stores don't carry more than 1 or 2 Moto Q cases, if that, that I've seen. Any opinions?