When I picked up my MeMO HD7, the first order of business, as with all touchscreen items I've had, was to find a good casing. Lets face it, it's not a matter of -if- you'll drop it, it's a matter of -when-. And while I've put down $20-50 on casings for various phones and tablets, I've never ended up with a cracked casing or screen thanks to good 3rd party cases.
I found this to be the only real case on the market when I was looking, the rest being simple book-cover like setups, that provide only protecting when you're stuffing the tablet into a bag, and little to no protection from dropping. It was completely sold out, and I prodded the official website.. BobJ got back to me in a matter of hours about it, and did let me know that yes, more would be coming.. Not only that, he kept me appraised of when they'd be coming, and final followup to let me know within minutes of the product being available again on Amazon, in the color I wanted. I'm quite pleased there. :)
As for the case itself. It's quite thick, and makes the tablet a lot easier to hold on to. It's a good snug fit on my tablet, obscuring none of the important parts except for the microsd card slot, which I actually -do- want covered (keeps gunk out of it!). It's fairly easy to get it on and off, but doesn't come off 'accidently'. The claim about improving sound quality by channeling things forward is something I agree with, though it means the volume is distinctly different if you angle the tablet away from you.. which in turn means you need less volume to enjoy things, and your going to bother less people (even though I stick to headphones away from home, some people don't.. it's a consideration worth noting!)
Final bit is that in the two months that I've had it, the tablet's made five tumbles to the floor from chair/lap height, and one from head height. Perfectly fine, not a single issue. Absolutely worth the money I paid, and a bit more besides. I officially have a new favorite company for case making!