I'm repairing a DVD drive for someone which appears to have been damaged by being forced open and shut. I asked her how this happened, and apparently her son has dyspraxia, meaning he has trouble with his organising complex movements, and can get frustrated when he can't do something properly (like closing the DVD drive), so I thought 'Hey, why not ask if they want a flip case put on so the drive doesn't get damaged?', but I thought I'd ask here first: How easy is the flip case to operate? I've never had to install one before, and have never used one. Obviously I don't want to waste this lady's time and money by installing something that might be of little use if the top's going to snap off with one jerky movement, and I especially don't want to lose her trust in me if she needs any future console or PC repairs. Also, does the case allow the PS2 to operate normally with original games? I'm guessing it's just a case of opening it up, putting in the game, then hitting reset, like you would when normally changing discs on a PS2. She has no other mods installed. Thanks!