Some people don't want a case for their phone, they want armor plating with a built in cinema mode.
Big phones and kickstands go hand in hand, especially if you're the type to watch video on your lunch break or while waiting in the car for soccer practice to be over. The folks at Seidio are far from new at putting kickstands in their cases, but their DILEX Pro line take keeping your phone and go kinda nuts. It's a two-stage case that puts a rubbery interior in between a rigid plastic casing that adds some significant bulk in the process. It's also the first of the Droid Turbo cases with rubbery bits we've played with that doesn't flex inappropriately near the speaker grill at the top, which means you're way less likely to get sand or pocket fuzz where it shouldn't be with this case, but in exchange you have to live with the rigid plastic being a fingerprint magnet.
The other big feature to this Droid Turbo case is the kickstand. It's Seidio's typical design, meaning it's spring loaded when you want to flip the stand out quickly and magnetizes to the case when closed so you don't have to worry about it moving around. The stand itself does have a fair bit of wiggle from side to side when open, which could mean the kickstand itself is prone to warping or breaking if used incorrectly (looking at you, people who shove their phones into the closed tray table slot to watch movies on airplanes). It's likely not an issue for normal use, but something worth keeping in mind.
Seidio's DILEX Pro case is great for folks who want total protection for their phone and don't mind losing the shape and form Motorola created to some added case bulk. You'd be hard pressed to find a case designed to offer better protection for your phone, so if you're a constant dropper of devices this is well worth taking a look at.