Greetings Everyone, This is just a quick question about how folks "protect" their Surface (or Surface Pro). I am coming from iPad-land and have always had a Smart Cover/Rear shell on my iPad, installed moments after taking it out of the package. This combo has kept my iPads in mint condition, and I want to do the same for my Surface. There does not seem to be an analogous rear-shell (covered in an earlier post of mine), but we do have something similar to the Smart Cover. I purchased the Microsoft Surface Type Cover within a couple of days of owning my Surface, and chose it due to what I thought was a microfiber/felt covering over the screen. It looked (at first glance) that the Touch cover just touched the screen with vinyl, so I chose the Type cover. Well, as I am sure you all know, the felt back of the Type cover is to keep it from slipping, and NOT to protect the screen. In fact, with the Type cover installed, the keys are right up against the screen. I currently keep a microfiber cloth (small one) between it and the screen when closed, but I have been thinking about picking up a touch cover too. I would want the type cover when I need to do some heavy typing, and the touch cover for mostly screen protection and when I need something more than the on-screen keyboard, but not necessarily a full keyboard. As of now, I fold the Type cover behind the surface, and hold it with the keys facing my palm, or when I set it on the kickstand folded outward (I set it on a big microfiber cloth to keep the keys from getting scratched). Do most folks have both covers, or typically is one "good enough" for protection? Thanks! Rich S.