Not the seller's fault, but this product is a flawed mechanical design. There are several areas where the plastic narrows to the point where it doesn't have the strength to survive assembly. I am a very handy person, but it was all I could do to put it together. In the process I broke off one alignment tab and cracked the top around the hole for the "user" button extension.
I ordered a case like the one in the photo which turns out to be opposite the Adafruit plate case sent me. There is no way someone would know there is a difference unless you had the display in hand which I did not at the time. I contacted the builder of the case who claims the advertisements states it's only for Adafruit yet this photo shows an Adafruit plate that matches mine exactly, so his statement was incorrect. He made no attempt to rectify the problem other than to tell me to leave the top section off. He also stated he had no record of my order and was not responsible for what he claimed was my error when ordering from another party. I will make certain not to order another product associated with the case manufacturer even though his workmanship was good. http://www.dvmega.co.uk/pictures/IMG_3655.jpg Lester Hudgins N3LH
Response from Built to Spec | Dec. 4, 2015
I did try to resolve this issue with you, and you did not use it with the correct hardware, you used this board: http://www.moencomm.com/catalog/product_info.php?cPath=24&products_id=36
Which is not an Adafruit product.
Craig Berscheidt built-to-spec.com