After using the rubbery "tire tread" case (which really looks much nicer than in the picture I posted a few pages back) and having zero tendency to slip out of my hand (but easy to pull out of my pocket) my Otterbox Commuter case arrived today. It is really nice to look at and seems very well made, quality wise. And I am sure it will protect the phone like a tank. But the outer layer is REALLY slippery to my dry fingers and hands. I find myself wishing they had made the 2 layers in reverse, with the silicone on the outside. I started fumbling it the instant I got it mounted. So, I'm not sure I'll like it 100%, but I really do like the way its port covers work to keep dust out. Yes, it does add a bit of effort to pushing the power button, but one nice feature of the S3 is that you can wake up the display by pressing the Home button! So I only need to press power to blank the screen (half as much as I would press power on my DX). I'm tempted to try using some Plasti-dip Black spray on the outer layer of the Commuter, to give it a rubberized surface. Still thinking about that. I wonder how thin a layer I could achieve and still have it look nice and work to add friction? I've used the dip containers, but not the spray. Anyone here ever used the spray on a tool handle? I guess I could practice on some old hard cases I have for previous PDA models.