I ordered Tradecraft's P2Vision case and it arrived in 3 days! Being close to TX helps. This is not meant to be an all inclusive review of the case, as there are plenty of those out on the web. These are merely my observations that I did not see discussed elsewhere. That doesn't mean they're NOT discussed elsewhere, that just means I didn't see them. ;-) It is a nice case. The wheels roll freely and the built in retractable handle is nice when you don't want to carry it. Is it as rugged as a Pelican style case? IMHO, no. The top of the lid seems to flex more than a Pelican case and the molded stop for the lid (to prevent it from falling backwards when open) is rather small. There is also no provision for air pressure relief. You're supposed to remove an O-ring BEFORE your trip. As for holding up to 4 batteries (plus one in the Phantom itself), that only hold true IF you either remove the props or never turn the case vertical or upside down. Why? Because 2 of the battery locations are located below the props when installed. If you leave the props installed, you should remove some top lid foam so the props aren't bent. When you do this, now you have nothing to hold those two batteries in place aside from friction. If the case is placed upside down, the batteries could slide out, putting pressure on the props. When dealing with overhead luggage space, I could easily see someone flipping your case over, trying to gain more space. Obviously the solution would be to remove the props, but this is not made clear in the advertising nor the photos. And yes, if you are simply using this case for storage and are not flying in an aircraft with it, it is not an issue. In fact, that is the way I use my case, so in theory, I could carry a total of 5 batteries, but if I were flying, I'd only be able to take 3. The extra prop storage is rather small, IMHO. I wish it was a little larger, both in length and width. Otherwise, this is an excellent case for those who want to transport their Phantom in their vehicle with the props attached. Of course, comments, discussion and additions are welcome!