So, I received my Otterbox Defender case today. Initial thought is that it WILL protect the Ipad 2 from the dreaded "corner drop" that I have already experienced....twice. Obviously, it adds on some bulk, but sometimes form has to be sacrificed for function. The big problem I see is a design flaw in the screen cover that also doubles as a stand for your ipad. The screen cover's edge covers the home button, and when a little bit of pressure is applied to the screen cover (ie placing it in my briefcase), the home button is pushed and the ipad 2 turns on. I'm hesitant to keep it due to this flaw. I'm sure the home button will be activated when items shift in my briefcase. I don't understand how Otterbox didn't see this in the testing stage. I have included an image to help explain. I just talked to OtterBox customer service and there were unaware of the problem, but they are sending me out a new Defender case. I'll keep you posted.