I've had my iPad for a little over a month now and it works beautifully for what I was expecting to use it for - replacing a binder's worth of documents that I would prepare daily and use while walking around dealing with clients and looking at properties. However, I have yet to find a suitable case for my iPad. At a minimum I need a way to attach a lanyard or wrist strap - my biggest fear is dropping the iPad. Plenty of bags, slips, backpacks etc that will securely hold the iPad, but you need to take them out to use. Any number of covers that offer some protection should you drop the iPad, but I want something where it wouldn't fall in the first place (or at least not hit the floor if I let go of it.) Just one ring in the corner of the case would probably work, but I have found very few cases that have a way of attaching a strap. I think the ideal case would be a leather, folio styled case with a shoulder strap. The iPad should be useable handheld in landscape or portrait mode. Even a protective case without a screen cover could work, as long as the iPad was securely attached in the case and there was a way of attaching a strap. I could always slide that into another protective case when I wasn't using it. Any suggestions? If not, are there any good leather folios that securely hold the iPad (probably not just at the corners) that I could modify by sewing some rings onto? Any other cases where I could somehow securely attach a ring?