Anyways, I was just voicing my concerns that a case like Joungne's might be too unique to be easily reproduced. To be honest, I have no idea how a mainstream case is manufactured so my comments on the matter should be taken with that fact in mind. However, I do know that there's a reason sharp looking curvy cases are not common today. Cases with unique features such as the one by Asus feature a lot of molded plastic. While the external features/structures of some of these cases might pose production difficulties, the more intricate the internal features are, the higher the cose of the case will become. My words were also aimed at subtley trying to get into the minds of those who will soon begin their prototyping process, so that they keep all this in mind since they're probably more familiar with custom building a case in a one-time-only manner. They're going to be putting a lot of work into their prototypes and I want to see them succeed.