The razor blade cover (for travel use) does its intended job. While nothing fancy, no real gripes with this one, other than it doesn't breathe well, and if you do not adequately dry the razor heads, they'll get a little nasty in your luggage.
The "designer stand" shown above is very unimpressive. A VERY cheap feeling/looking piece of injection molded plastic. Unless you're in high school, this isn't something you're going to want sitting out on your bathroom counter.
This razor was a big disappointment, and I expected a lot more from the RR. Don't get me wrong, it's not BAD, but it's more effort than it's worth to use, very gimmicky and frankly offers nothing of value over a Gillette/Schick product you can readily find reliable, sealed blades for at any drugstore or supermarket in the US. In fact.... while I use straight razors, and DE's, I'd much prefer a Fusion or Quattro over the RR.
While the RR isn't offensive, their company website, and marketing strategy is particularly nauseating. When you go to their website, you're treated to the most intelligence insulting array of b/s the world has known since Bill Clinton denied his affair with Monica.... that is, if you can get past all the incredibly slow loading - and utterly useless and overdone use of adobe flash. Based on how patient you are, and your ability to handle the girl standing next to the silly loading status bar with a "get off the stick" above her - and obvious sexual reference - you might be graced with the same easy looking girl (who will of course be attracted to you if you have a RR) wearing a RR on all of her fingers, with an overly dramatic final scene of an action movie soundtrack playing in the background.