I refused to pay $200 for a phantom case. I wanted one that would hold my phantom with the longer and wider legs. Also I didn't want to take my props off when I put it in the case because most of my flying is done about 100 feet out my back door. So I went to Menards (home improvement store) and found a Stanley roll around tool tote. It was on sale for $22 so I bought it. Then I took a trip by Walmart and got some seat fusion foam and spent like $25 on foam and some spray adhesive. I layered the foam in and glued the layers together then cut out spaces for my phantom stuff. I have space for countless props, 2 wall chargers, 4 batteries (I could fit another 6 or 8 I'm sure), my phantom, and the remote. The tote has good size wheels and a carry handle on top. Also it has a handle that extends out so I can cart it around. On top of all that it's song and can take a beating strong enough you can sit or stand on it. I also put some foam on the under side of the lid so it holds the Phantom and remote down. For like $60 I'm really happy with it.