So . . . now you have your Phantom, but a big question rears its ugly head. How do you transport it to your flying site? Do you just throw it, along with yout TX and batteries, into the back of your car or truck? Well, you could do that, but upon some serious consideration you will probably decide to encase it in some suitable container for transport. For about $200 you can buy a case that will hold your Phantom and just about everything else you can think of, but if you happen to have a Walkera MX400 quadcopter you can spend that $200 on more satisfying diversions. My MX400 came with a nice looking case. The only problem there is that to fit the MX400 into the case for transport you have to remove the propellers and the landing gear. Well, you can get around removing the landing gear by putting the quad into the case upside down. However, having to install the props when you get to where you are going to fly is still a pain in wherever to are prone to experience pain. Now, this case is more adaptable to the Phantom. The Phantom is still placed into the case upside down, but you do not have to remove the props. and, with very little foam surgery you can place the TX into the case sideways. This leaves 3 open cutouts in the foam in which you can put batteries. So, if you can pick up a used MX400 case somewhere real cheaply, you will have an almost custom made case for your Phantom.