Overlooking the dust and dirt (it just came out of my pocket) you see the new Innocase 360 for the Tour. Overall? A fantastic case. If you need this amount of protection.
The 360 is very form fitting with great, oversized openings for all the Tour hardware buttons. I've had no problem in my two days of use accessing any of the phone's features. However, with that being said, the keyboard takes a bit of getting used to. Typing isn't much of an issue, as it seems to provide a more tactile response than the phone itself. The location of the ridge of the case around the keyboard is more of an issue than anything. Using the "Alt" key for example is slightly more difficult than with no case at all, as if the case of all the face buttons on the left, right, and top of the keyboard. However, it is not a show-stopper.
The microphone opening is large enough that it does not obstruct the Tour's mic. People have had no problem hearing me on several phone calls.
The opening on the back of the case lead you to believe that Seidio will be releasing an aftermarket charging pod that works with the 360. I hope that is the case, because removing the 360 can be a bit of a challenge. Like I said earlier, it's a VERY SNUG fit. If you are frequent "puller" you may want to look elsewhere, or invest in something like "QuickPull Pro".
After using the iPhone, iPhone 3G, numerous WinMo devices, Palm Treo's, and the Palm Pre, I have to say that this is by far the best case I've ever owned. I feel comfortable knowing that the Tour is protected from most anything I can throw at it. And, when the next best thing comes out (i.e. the Tour "2", Storm "2", etc.) it will make sure the phone is in great shape when it's tossed on Craigslist! LOL...
Purchased two of the combo's a couple of weeks ago. The keypad protector has raised away from the device keys on both cases about a quarter inch, it has restricted the typing, should it lift further away it will render the case useless.