I bought the white case, and it's very pretty and light, with nice easy action on the wheels and a handle that can be pulled up and clicked into a medium height for rolling it along on four wheels, or full height for pulling it along on two.
It has a combination lock that you can set to your own three-digit number, with a TSA keyhole for inspection by security snoops.
Inside, there's the usual lining, a couple of handy pockets and elastic straps to organise your stuff. The all-around zip is a little stiff, but I hope it'll ease up with use.
I'd cavil over the size description, though; on the Amazon page this case is described as 55x40x20cm - the Ryanair maximum size for cabin luggage - but in fact it's only 55x35x20 (in other words, 35cm wide rather than 40cm); that extra 5x55cm would allow enough extra packing that it's annoying not to have it. (In fact, on careful re-measuring, it's actually *33cm* wide, so that's 7cm narrower than the advertised size, quite a chunk.
And the really sad thing? I already had a case that size, so the 50 it cost including postage was wasted.
I'd expect to be able to rely on the advertised size information on an Amazon page. This is disappointing.