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I have been using the case for almost a month now and like the durability. However, there are sleeker cases out there. The pictures from other reviews show the case you receive. The one in the pictures advertised are incorrect, as the volume buttons do not look the same. The pictures advertised makes it look sleeker than it is. In any case, its still a great product.
Intuit is dishonest and incompetent. That is a bad combination. They force their customers to switch every three years to a new version of the software, and often the new version is no better than the old version. Switching to the new version is not only costly, but it can be a pain in the neck. This year when I switched from QB Pro 2010 to QB Pro 2013, the software did not function properly as it had in past years. For example, the payroll checks were now printed in reverse order. The software did not print the signature on the checks as it had before. So not only did I have to waste a lot of money switching to the new version of QB, but I had to waste a lot of my time correcting these and other problems caused by switching to the new version. Intuit is a very bad company. I wish I had never starting using QB in the first place.