Just got my "JR" today. All I can say is that it REALLY seems cheezy. FOR ME, It's REALLY difficult to align the EVO on the base. I have to lift up the base and visually insert the MicroUSB into the phone. Without looking the thing rocks all over the place and I constantly miss it. Since there is no track to insert the phone and the MicroUSB is so tiny it's literally "hit or miss" plugging it in. The MicroUSB connector sits on a bar and the bar rocks from vertical back to about 45 degrees. I assume this is by design because it allows for cases with bottom openings to fit but it makes it very difficult to align the charging port (especially since it is "off center" on the EVO. It seems like it will fit with just about any case as long as there is a sufficient opening on the bottom of the case. My BodyGlove case is fine in the charger. The silver ugly sticky silver (all rumpled) label that says POWER can be peeled off (REALLY Cheezy) but under it is a "hole" (probably a screw being covered). On the back what looks like a button is simply a rubber thing stuck into another hole (probably another screw). I ended up removing the ugly cheezy label and took the black plug off the back and stuck it into the hole in the front. Now I have a "holy" back and a plugged front, no sticker and a 500 watt power light which serves no purpose. The green light is just power. It's always green even if no phone is present ... and WAY TOO bright. I'm going to cover it with black tape. If the "OEM" cradle from HTC with HDMI is going to be $49.95 I'd stay away from this one. Pay the extra $20. This seems like one of those things you'd get off eBay for $5.99 from China with free shipping. Oh wait! It is made in China. It's a REAL PAIN to insert the phone. Maybe I'm just spastic? All in all, I give it a 4 out of 10. The only really positive thing I can say about it is that it "works." It's also very light. Hardly any weight. It needs some sort of weight inside it (it's mostly air) because the "mass" of the EVO makes it feel like it's going to tilt over (although I doubt it will).