Today, I received two Adafruit Pibows. I installed a Raspberry Pi board only to find that the case is a quite a bit thinner than the Rainbow Pibow and is therefore incompatible with the Adafruit MicroSD adapter. I can measure the specifics when I get home to my shop, but the current run of Adafruit Pibows appears to be about 3/32" shorter in stacking height than the Rainbow Pibow. Because the Rainbow Pibow assembled with the adapter in place without a problem, the adapter on the board for the Adafruit case scratched the clear acrylic as I tried to gently shift the board and case layers into a nonexistent correct orientation — I realize that this is a miserable, first-world complaint, leaning heavily towards whining, but I expect my patina of use to develop with use, on the outside.
Is this a manufacturing error with the cases? I reviewed the current product description; I don't believe that I missed a notification regarding incompatibility. The Rainbow Pibow demo video remains on the Adafruit Pibow page with its rather convincing demonstration of MicroSD adapter.
I am quite disappointed, particularly given the general quality of my purchases and the very high quality of other my Adafruit branded products. Is there a way to fix the situation with a layer .5, perhaps? What are my options?