Okay, my "Blueberry" case from Cyntech arrived this morning so here are some pictures and a quick rundown of my first impressions.
This is the case as it arrived - it didn't come in a box of its own, just cocooned in bubble-wrap.
The screws were done up quite tightly - you can see the plastic all over the ends of them. It's a snug fit for the RasPi board, this is not going to be one of those cases that rattles.
I'd hoped that the blanks could be left in place for users who didn't need the ethernet port or second USB port, but unfortunately not. It seems that those blanks are there specifically for Model A users (if such actually exist...) The case cannot be fitted onto a Model B with the blanks in place.
Okay this is a tricky one to see, but the case doesn't quite close up in the middle, however hard you press or tighten the screws. In fact, it wasn't even as good as this to start with. When I opened it up again, I discovered that my USB port had shaved off some of the plastic on the inside. I had to shave off a bit more to get it as good as this, and will probably have to shave off some more still if I'm going to get it to close properly. When you look directly at the USB port it looks slightly odd. Obviously this is due to variations between the USB ports used on individual boards together with the extremely snug fit that's been designed into this case.
But this is what it's all about - the light pipes! They're lovely. The 'ACT' one has a permanent red glow leaking from the 'PWR' one next door, but that just means it now flashes between bright yellow and dull red. It still looks very nice.
That's my quick review!