I honestly was not even considering this after looking at other options. The MSRP just seemed ridiculous. Initially tried another case that my daughter bought for her Tab S3, and it was very nice, but felt like I wanted a keyboard for the way I wanted to use this tablet. I started with a cheap alternative for about $32. It worked ok, but was more bulky and felt very cheap. Also, the magnets (in the cheap case) interfered with the Spen when folded behind the screen. I decided to give this one a try, figuring I wouldn't like it enough to justify the $75. Guess I was wrong. I was immediately impressed with the premium look and feel. The keys have a nice response and the case itself is very slim, yet is just enough to protect the fragile tablet from light bumps. This is not the case if you plan to play frisbee with the tablet or are clutsy. Because the case is so light and slim, I don't feel like I'm compromising the diminutive size and weight of the device if I fold the keyboard behind the tablet and use it in portrait mode.I love how the tablet feels without a case, so it's nice to easily be able to pop the tablet right out and hold it alone if I don't need to type. It does seem a little strange that there is no hole for the camera, but honestly, how often do you want to use a camera on a tablet? When necessary, you can easily just pop out the tablet and snap a pic.Nobody will argue this keyboard is as good as a full size/laptop keyboard, but for what it is, I am very pleased.