This was one of the two cases that Best Buy offered in the store. This was the better of the two options, in my opinion. However, after using it for a week or two, I found it to be too cumbersome, if you ever like using the Surface as a tablet, and the kickstand on the back is a downgrade compared to the one already built into the back of the Surface Pro 4.
If you want to use the Surface as a tablet, the case cover and attached type cover do not folder over very well. It's much easier to take the Surface out of the case entirely. "Easier" is used loosely here because the case keeps the Surface very secure, so taking it out isn't intended to be easy.
The kickstand integrated into the cover holds the Surface comfortably in place, but it is narrow and can only be set to one position: Open. The Surface's integrated kickstand allows you to set the screen position at a wide variety of angles depending on your preference. It is also the full width of the Surface, which allows you to sit it on your lap, if the need arises.
This is a high-quality case. There is no question about that. However, it appears to be primarily intended for those who will merely use the Surface as a computer with the keyboard attached OR as a tablet with no keyboard attached. If you are either one of those users, then this case should work well. Though, it's too cumbersome for someone who intends to use it as both, which is for what the Surface is most effectively designed. If you like to switch between functions, then I'd recommend a case that protects the device, but doesn't inhibit the built in features like the kickstand and the ability to fold the type cover out of the way and use it as a tablet. There is a case by Kensington (available at online retailers) that I'm using now and it's exactly what I need.
I intended to return this case.