This is actually 3/4 of a case as it only protects 3 sides, there is a negligible amount of silly putty, or d30 in corners, the back and the from are only protected by a millimetre of rubber (not rubber plus silly putty).
The good point are: the case fits the iPad2 and it has thick edges which should easily protect the iPad against small knocks on its edges.
The bad points are:
-The iPad back is only protected bus some thin floppy rubber.
-I have had the case for 2 hours and it seems the rubber is slightly permeable and literally a man gent for unremovable stains.
-The doc connector opening only supports the apple charger cord, i.e it has been made to small to use the apple hdmi adapter, the apple vga adapter and the apple sd card adapter, the apple camera adapter.
-Unlike decent cases, this case does not provided any protection around the left hand side. many cases active some sort of protection round this area, while still maintaining space to clip on the apple cover. Some cases even grip the apple cover to prevent it accidentally common off. This case just leaves the whole left hand side unprotected.
The one thing I don't get at all is the d30, its place next to the hardened rubber corners and along bits of the sides. The rubber is hardened and over half a centimetre thick. The millimetre thick d30 is literally doing nothing, it covers less than half the edges of the iPad and it si place in the parts of the case that don't need any extra protection. The whole thing seems to be a con to boost sales of a very average case that should be under £10