When I received the Griffin Reveal Etch case for my iPhone 4, I immediately ripped open the packaging and snapped it onto my iPhone. Why the urgency you ask? Well, these iPhone 4s are infamous for being damaged easily and I needed something to help address the "antennagate" drama.
The Griffin Reveal Etch case is an attractive, solid and slim case. Composed of a rubber/silicon casing with a beautiful graphite-patterned back-plate
protecting the glass back while maintaining a good look. Personally, I'm all about low profile styling, and black is simplicity
so this case is perfect in my mind. With the case on, iPhone 4 remains slim and the rubber surrounding covers up all the
aluminum accents which some might dislike (but I do, its that Vadar-like design I've enjoyed from several Griffin cases in the past.. Unlike other cases I've used
in the past (for iPhone 3G), there are minimal cut outs just for the
camera, silent switch, data port and headphone jack. Because the case
is made of rubber, buttons are covered but the molding is very precise
so you can easily use the power button, volume buttons with ease.
In conclusion, I think the Griffin Reveal Etch has a very slick and functional case and I
highly recommend anyone consider a silicon styled case to pick one up for $30 MSRP. Since Apple is offering free cases and Griffin Reveal Etch is one of the choices, I highly recommend pick this from the free offering!