Hi all, Thought I would share the case I made for my Inspire and some info on how you can make one. Except for the quick release props, its RTF. The case I used could actually have the props on but I prefer to store without them on. However, the gimbal is left on and the landing gear is in fly mode. I started with this Home Depot "Mobile Job Box" which is $54 http://www.homedepot.com/p/Husky-35-in-Mobile-Job-Box-222167/205053257 This case is ideal for me to keep in my van or car to go to flying sites. It has a retracting handle and big sturdy wheels. Next I bought about $25 worth of white upholstery foam from an upholstery shop. After cutting the foam (kinda a bitch actually) I spray painted the top part (see pics) and the top of the main foam. On top of the main bottom foam I glued some foam tool box liner (available on Amazon or Harbor Freight Tools for about 7 bucks.) I also velcroed my extra memory cards and the ND filter to the lid of the case. I keep all the random stuff in the included tool box. It doesn't move around enough to matter to me. See pics on how I arranged the batteries, RC, and quad. The iPad Air 2 and the sun shade are located under the tool insert. I may slide the iPad into the side though. Hope this idea is helpful for others! No need to spend $400-$500 bucks on a case. I plan to use the DJI case for when I fly. I also have a backpack system for the DJI case so its better for when I on trips anyway. This one is for my car or sidecar motorcycle. Hit me up if you have any questions!