The problem with gadgets coming in these thin sleek designs is the fear of getting them scratched. Take for example the iPod. There are more protective cases for this music player saturating the market, than any other gadget in existence. The iPod Nano came out and after people realized how easy it was to put a scratch on its smooth sleek surface, iPod Nano cases flew off the shelf. I have a Nano I use for the gym, but after I use it, it goes straight to the dock because I am terrified of scratches. My Photo iPod (or just iPod now) has more scratches on it than my cat's scratching post just from being inside my purse. What gives? So my semi-new RAZR concerns me, being that I already dropped it twice on a hard concrete floor. Nothing happened to it, but it bothers me when my gadgets pay for my carelessness. Speck Products have these new RAZR cases made of rubber or plastic to protect the RAZR. But honestly, what's the point of having thin gadgets, if we have to cover them with bulky rubberized skins. Ah! Dilemmas.