Got mine as well. Its a very nice case. Similar to the Roocase, but it allows you to charge while the case is closed.
There is one key difference that I don't really like. When the cover is folded backward to form a stand, the soft interior lining of the case is what directly contacts the table top. If you're like me, you use your tablet on the go. I can see myself in a hurry, opening up the tablet in McDonalds and putting it down on the table. Dirt grease and whatever other stuff is on the table is going to get wiped up by the interior of your nice leather case. Then when you close the case all that crap is going to go right on the tablet. I can see myself having to place a magazine or paper towel under the case every time I open it as a stand.
The Roocase on the other hand (the one in the picture is from my TF300) is designed so that the EXTERIOR of the case contacts the table when it is folded to make a stand. Much better design. The exterior of the case is shiny leather and is easily wiped clean.
Just click on the photo at the top of the post and you can see what I mean. Roocase is on the left - see the shiny leather exterior folded over to rest on the table. Caseen case is on the right - see the soft velvet interior folded over to contact the table - not the best design choice in my opinion.
Update: After using the case for a couple of days its a really tough call. I don't like the stand as I cited above, and prefer the solution employed by Roocase, but I love the charging flap that allows you to charge with the cover closed.
I always hate having to leave my tablet open and unprotected while its charging. For that alone I might prefer this case. I've pretty much abandoned using the built in stand anyway and have been putting the tablet, in the Caseen case, onto an Arkon stand so I can adjust the viewing angle. The built in stand also doesn't allow adujstable viewing angles like the roocase, and its not as stable.
Otherwise, aside from the stand, this is a very well designed case. Might check to see if there is one for the TF300 and might buy it just for the charge flap advantage.
He's got a force field and a flexible plan
He's got a date with fate in a black sedan
He plays fast forward for as long as he can
But he won't need a bed --
He's a digital man
Neil Peart - RUSH - Signals