Hey yall, let me start off by saying that I travel for work and log 15,000-20,000 miles per month flying all over the country (USA). I have owned my Phantom 3 Pro for about a month now and I just picked up a case for it, so that I could take it with me to film various places that I travel to. I decided on this Nanuk945 Case for it, as it has most of the features that I want and also had some good reviews. I would have gone with a pelican, except for the fact that I wanted to have the pre cut foam for the Quad, and also be able to purchase it through Amazon, as I accumulate many Amazon gift cards with my ridiculous amount of hotel points that I rack up. Does anyone have any tips/experience for taking a Phantom 3 in a hard shelled case such as this as a checked bag while flying? There is quite a bit of extra room in the case, so I am planning on packing my carry gun in the Phantom 3 case as well, so I don't have to check my Pelican1200 in my roller-board suitcase. What I am most interested in is anyone who has traveled successfully with their Phantom 3, any tips on how to keep it more secure inside of the case. Any bad experiences/damage that have occurred. (Like I said, I travel for work and I see everyday how rough the baggage handlers treat checked luggage) I know that from my experience that any bags that I check with a gun in it, seems to be more of a priority for the airline that I fly with, and have had less hassle dealing with these bags. They APPEAR to care more about making sure that particular bag is where it should be. No airline wants guns disappearing from checked bags and ending up on the street. The pictures shown are how I have it set up now. I plan on securing the DBS mods antenna with a little more foam to sandwich it in good, I will also place my iPad mini in the slot once it's done charging. The Phantom appears to be fairly secure with the included block of foam that encompasses the camera/gimbal. Any tips for how to reduce the risk of damage to my quad? Thanks Yall! **I do not need any advice on how to travel with a firearm,I take a gun everywhere that I travel and am well versed with all applicable laws and TSA policies. Please keep advice Phantom Related.. Thanks*** ..... Oh, the transformer luggage tag is from my 5yr old son, he gave it to me, and gets a kick out of seeing it on my bags.