You guys have been very helpful to me with the questions I've been asking... so I do have one more: I am looking to be able to transport my P3 Standard on airplanes. I need a case (non-backpack) that I'll be able to put my bird in. I use the Summitlink snap-on/off prop guards. I realize that, due to the connecting hardware for these, that I will likely have to modify the foam in any case I get - no big deal. I also don't mind if I have to take the props themselves off to transport, if needed. But am biggie for me is to have a case that will be carry-on eligible. Delta's (who I normally fly) website states that the allowable dimensions are 22 x 14 x 9 (45 lineral inches allowed). I found a case that was 23x16x10 - 4 inches too big. I realize that those measurements are close, and I'd likely be able to carry it on - but there is a risk that I wouldn't be able to - and I don't want to get to the airport and have a carry-on nazi not allow me to bring it on. Anyone have any suggestions? I would think, based on the cases I've seen, that the width of the case could accomodate the 14x9 with some re-engineering by the manufacturer. I'm thinking the biggest issue could be the height. Anyone had any luck with cases that TSA/airlines will allow to be carried on?