First impressions of it, it looks like most standard TPU cases. the one thing that really caught my eye was the matte backing and the glossy sides which imitates that of the phone how it has a matte back and glossy sides at least in the case of the grey version of the One X.
Also shown in the pics you can see the cutouts for the rear speaker, headphone jack, power rocker, volume rockers, and USB port Which with them cut out like that they are super easy to press.
Fitment wise this thing fits the ATT One X like a dream, infact the fitment is so close it does take a little pressure getting the remaining two sides of the phone into the case.
an overall back view of the case installed, the cutouts for the rear speaker and the camera's LED are perfect, the camera isn't covered up all that great but, laying it on a desk or table it doesn't hit the camera bezel.
Heres a closer look of the camera area of the case when installed, as you can see the cutout is rather big but i have yet to have the lense or the bezel make contact with what the phone is resting on.
for the final picture i opted to take one with the screen protector installed just so everyone can see how it lines up. at the top its maybe a 1mm gap at the top and bottom, the sides have 4/5mm gap side to side, which i could live with, using a wet apply screen protector with this case WILL make the sides bubble up.
Overall, I love how this case feels when it is installed, how it feels in the hand. Almost like nothing is even on the phone, it's lightweight and very minimal bulk. The screen protector is a bit lacking on the sides but with the curved glass, what can you expect. Overall a very damn good case in my opinion hope you enjoyed the review.