I've had three separate covers for my Kindle Fire. Two were black nylon cases that worked well, kept the Kindle safe and secure. One was a hardcore cover, best suited for the military deployments. Not only did that cover keep the device safe, I think it would stop a .50 caliber round. Perfect for the post apocalyptic, zombie infested world. All of them were good, served their function well, but seemed to be missing something. I would have to characterize that "something" as personality.
My most recent case, the Verso Prologue Case Cover (Red), delivers personality in an exceptional package. The cover itself feels like leather. It looks rich, made to look like an antique book. Every time I bring it out, I smile, it's that nice. The straps, used to keep the Kindle snug and secure in the cover, are possibly the best, most secure straps I've seen. The Kindle won't be going anywhere. Once the Kindle is in place, it is firmly in place. This is not a cover for the person that likes to transfer the Kindle from one case to another. The straps keep the device very secure.
As with all Kindle cases, this one has a "slim pocket" for . . . what I'm not sure. Travel documents? Receipts? Whatever you attempt to store in that pocket had better be thin. And paper based. Anything of a significant thickness will not fit in the pocket. However, that is what you should expect from most, if not all, pockets in a Kindle cover.
The Verso Prologue Case Cover is an exceptional cover that will not only protect and secure your Kindle, but it will also bring a richness and style to your Kindle that is lacking in other covers.