One problem that keeps me from going out and doing more shooting is the lack of a good easily portable case. Since I'm too cheap to go out an buy one, I decided to build one. And then another. And soon to be yet a third... I live near the unclaimed baggage outlet in Scottsboro, AL, so I was able to pick up a few boxy-style carry-on size suit cases for $11 each. I used double-wall cardboard, foam packing material from work, and cloth from the local fabric store. Here is the result. The one on the left has my Shen-Hao and the one on the right has my RB67. Both have velcro straps to hold the tripod on the front. The third one will be for 35mm equipment. The straight sides on the case allowed me to build the structure and then install it in the case after it was done.