On Tue, Jan 08, 2008 at 09:31:52AM -0700, David Artman wrote: > Not saying "Mine is better'n yours; nyah!" Just pointing out how I feel > a storage system should also protect that which is being stored; and if > you get a bad drop and scatter your mids, they are likely to suffer > unnecessary chips or scratches. Heh... just like clay poker chips in > such cases, I reckon. :) It looks to me as though the foam should hold the pyramids snugly against the acrylic, so I wouldn't expect things to move around much if you drop the case while it's closed. Are you saying you expect there to be a real risk of a drop popping the latch, that you evaluate the safety of the items inside for a closed drop differently than I, or are you concerned about a drop off the table while the case is open? I'm wondering if I'm missing something . . .. If I were designing the case I might see if I could get a second layer of foam in the bottom, though. That looks like it lacks one, which makes me a touch nervous.
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