Desktop Holder: pros - very good adhesive, it really sticks and comes off easily. Well finished metallic holder. Cons - unstable, it doesn't allow user actions on the phone on portrait or landscape mode. It should use a rubber base, not textile.
Car holder: one of the biggest deceptions in the package. Pros: on the windscreen it really doesn't fall off, even with hard bumps, very good adherence. The rotating bracket is very good, very sturdy, and don't fall apart once set up in one position. Cons: the 'gently cushion' on the add is misleading. It's needed a lot of strength to actually insert the cell phone. To pick it up, it's hard, and one can cut the fingers on the sharp, cheap plastic edges. It hasn't broke yet, but it will, as the opening mechanism is too hard. Worths 1/3 of the price, tops. FlesiShield skin: transparent black colour? What is this? It is not transparent, it is as solid black as black can be. 'Without adding any additional weight or bulk to the phone' is fallacious, as it -is- heavy, and it sure adds a lot of bulk to the phone. You really can't compare before/after putting the phone in the case, it really looks chubby. Pros: it adds very good protection, as it wraps around all the phone. The contours are harmonic with the phone, and the final look is not great, but good. Camera, flash, speaker and all other functions still work ok, because of the well positioned holes. Cons: you'll loose the buttons touch precision, as the rubber is too thick in those areas. It -is- heavy. Mini portable desk stand. The jewel of the crown. Pros: creates a positive atmosphere at work, as every pall will (believe me) -will- laugh at you if you use this stand. Cons: it doesn't fix on any test surface, glass included. So, if you're really up to stick it to the back of your cell phone, be aware that it doesn't stick very well there either. Car charger: cheap, ugly chinese looking charger. Mine is somewhat a bit better than the ad, with a small metal plate at the end. It needs to be plugged only after you start the engine, as it doesn't sustain the charging when the ignition draws the start current from the car battery. The cable is similar to the old table phones (curly) which is a real pain in the neck. The cable is too short too. Pros: good electric contact in both ends (cigarete and cell phone). Cons: all the abovementioned. MFX screen protector: not tested. Bottom line: when someone buys from a site like mobilefun, expects a good quality and finishing product. This is all chinese, and for that quality, they're easilly found at ebay, for 1/3 of the price. For 20pounds, plus S/H, it just doesn't worth.