So, I got a backup 5D Mark II a couple months ago, and wanted to get Camera Armor for this second body as well. Sadly, it's no longer made, and I couldn't find anyone selling it anywhere. So, I got the Delkin skin, and boy, it just doesn't compare! Whoever designed it probably did not ever actually put it on a camera and use it for more than 5 seconds, otherwise, they would have seen it's several design flaws. So, here are the things I don't like about it:
-I have the vertical grip on the body as well, and the Delkin Skin has a little lip that goes around the bottom edge of the body, preventing a tight fit for the grip, and since the grip provides power to the body, the camera doesn't get power unless you move it out of the way (or cut it off, as I did). This shouldn't be a big deal, but:
-To change CF cards with the skin over the grip means the skin is ill fitting, and it prevents easy access to the CF card, and has caused difficulty with closing that CF card door without holding the skin out of the way with one hand and closing the door with the other (not always easy to do when I'm trying to work fast at a wedding or event).
-The Camera Armor protects the LCD with a clear hard plastic cover that actually sits around the viewfinder under the rubber to keep it securely in place. Also, that hard plastic does not sit directly on the LCD screen. I love that design. Delkin has gone another route and had that hard plastic not only sit on the LCD screen (fingers crossed I never get any sand or abrasive bits under there!), but it slips into a little groove around the screen in the rubber. After using my camera just a few times, I grabbed it out of my camera bag and the rubber skin moved a little and the screen fell out of that groove. This happens much more frequently than I'd like, and I don't think I handle my camera particularly roughly. When that hard plastic falls out on a shoot, I just don't have the time to put it back in right away, so the screen is no longer protected.
The big bonus of this skin is the feel of it, but beyond that, I would NOT recommend this product to anyone. In fact, I might encourage folks to avoid it at all costs. Sadly, I can not find a good alternative. I wish I could.