Not only does the case have a built in screen protector to keep that all important touchscreen surface looking pristine, but the rigid faceplate that fits over the top for transport can also be used as a stand when it’s snapped off.
Otterbox also showed off an iPhone case that fits in its Reflex range. To stop case rage (a serious problem in the AG household), it breaks apart for easy docking.
However, this being a Reflex case it also has crumple zones at the corners. If it gets dropped on those, they act to keep the force of the shock away from your phone.
Or at least they will when the cases are available in March, for iPhone 4 and BlackBerry.