Sadly, Otterbox hasn't seen fit to market a case for the Tab s2 series even though they did for the Tab A series.
Having said that, there aren't many options for the S2 series. Best Buy has the gumdrop hideaway (which is never in stock) and the Griffin Survivor case.
It gives a nice, secure feel to the tablet and appears to cut down on vulnerability.
The stand is okay and the buttons work well through the case.
There are some very irritating factors to consider.
The speaker grills on the bottom of the tablet are obscured by the case. This can be good for protection but it also attenuates the audio considerably. These tablets can only play so loud.
The headphone jack is now accessed through a small hole. This makes plugging in any of my headphones (audio technica ath50 and ath-a900x, Grado SR80) rather difficult. A skinny extension cord is needed to plug into the jack.
Putting the case on was a major PITA. Otterboxes are far more straightforward when putting a device into them. Like all cases (including otterboxes) the Griffin survivor isn't airtight and things like hairs, dust and other debris may make it into the case between the screen and the screen protector. Since the case is such a pain to get on and off, one may find oneself putting up with the debris just to avoid a torture session that is getting the debris removed.