Again, the overall case design is pretty much the same as the original WAVE, the two halves utilities a "wave" design to hold on to each other tightly. The material is a nice rubberished finish providing much needed grip on the phone. This case, however, is stronger therefore it is noticabliy thicker than the Nu Form, which may be a good thing to insure protection. The LCD protection is done with a acrylic layer, that is super-imposed over the screen, it is no longer the peel and stick type (which I prefer). It did take me a few tries to line up the LCD protector and while installing the case.
The white case I used looks nicely against the white iPhone 3G I tested with; at lunch time, I saw a young lady sporting a black/gray case combination for her black iPhone 3G which looked sharp as well. The only part where I noticed that could use improvement is the fit on the docking area, I noticed a small gap in between the two-halves (see pic). Otherwise, the WAVE case design has always been a good product and I think they've done a great job bringing it to the iPhone 3G.