When the iPad was first announced, a lot of accessory makers quickly revealed cases within hours of the launch. Not surprisingly, most of the cases were simply Amazon Kindle DX or Netbook cases masquerading as iPad cases, which is all well and good, but we're now seeing more stuff that was designed from the ground up for the iPad.
Case in point: Tuff-Luv's leather Napa iPad case, which is due to hit Amazon in mid-April with a $49.99 price tag (it comes in multiple colors). We're not sure what protective case will work best for the iPad, but the Tuff-Luv is designed to both protect and prop up the device from four different angles.
The fact that Apple left off any sort of kickstand presents a bit of challenge for iPad case makers, because you probably do want some sort of integrated easel element in a case. However, at a certain point you start to add too much bulk to the iPad, and that's not good either.
What do you guys think? What's the ideal case for the iPad?