I am not sure if the designers of this case actually bothered to try putting it on a Nexus 7 before they decided it was good enough to ship.
1: Looks nice
2: Stand works great
1: A problem with the Nexus 7 is the fact that the power & volume rocker are on the back slope of the side of the tablet. The case makes no allowance for this. Adjusting the volume is a hassle, they should have left a groove/thinned out the case next to these buttons to allow easier access.
2: The hand strap seems to be designed for holding in your right hand only. When you have the case open, the strap is on the far right side making it awkward to hold in your left hand. If you use the fold from the stand feature to slide the case over so make it more comfortable in a left hand, the magnets will occasionally turn off the screen on you.
3: Protection? What protection. When you drop this, it often lands on a corner. A place that Snugg decided did not need any protection at all. If protection is what you are looking for from a case, look elsewhere.
4: Stylus holder strap. Not sure what they were thinking, but I have seen worse. Functions as a sort of cover over the usb connector when no stylus is in but which mostly just gets in the way. I prefer the stylus to be inside the case vertical along the case spine.
5: There needs to be a cut-out at the top of the screen to let you drag down the notifications easier. I got around this with a pair of scissors, but a proper cut-out would look a lot better.
From what I can see from browsing around for this style of case, there is only a handful of different cases available, just several versions of each released under different brand names. While I am not going to bother buying a different case to replace this one, I would definitely NOT recommend this one.