Holidays have gotten to me and I'm posting my new case for Movi Pro. It fits - Movi Pro Handheld System with Ring Charger case with 4 chargers + 4 batteries, 2 additional batteries Mimic system 2 x AKS compartment cases and a whole lot more if I choose to add more. This is SKB 3I-2222-12BE case. It has 22 x 22 x 12 of dimension. Out of 12 of depth, 2 inch is on the lid. Opening the lid, first it's the Movi Pro Handheld original packing foam, Pelican 1400 which contains 4 chargers, Movi Pro handle in a red bag, some velcro strip, and a whole lot of things hidden in the case. Unfortunately with my Pelican 1400 inserted, I could not fit a full top lid foam on the SKB case, so I decided to leave some room in the middle for my 1400 case to fit (and once the lid is closed, the case doesn't move around much.) Removing some stuff, I'm using the bottom 2 holes on the original shipping case to insert the Mimic + charge cable on the right side, and a Samsung Galaxy S5 phone with charger on the left. Bottom portion of it is protected with some Trekpak, Full length divider for Pelican 1650 which is 7.5 inch tall and 23 inches wide, which I probably used about 2-3 of them to make that happen. I ordered them from Trekpak for about $16/piece and I used about 2 of 10 pc fork pack, which was about $10/piece. Removing the ring, You can see the Mimic handle, Hand grip tape on the right, two AKS cases for small parts, and a bag containing Alexa Mini and RED Epic power cables. I've custom inserted a few more Trekpak inserts to make the divider more sturdy and fixed so if I were to rent it out, whoever opens it knows exactly where things are supposed to land. Just a photo of the items taken out. Those two plastic cases are purchased from Daiso for $1.50 each. They fit the rods, screws, counter weights and etc. I bought a collapsible 9 inch x 7 inch x 6 inch clothe based case from Container Store, which I bring with me to insert all the items in and leave my SKB case either back at the basecamp or in my car. This Pelican 1400 fits my 4 x Movi Pro battery chargers. I have the Trekpak inserts all set to organize the chargers. The Batteries just drop and lock into its place easily and you can just plug in the ford to a circuit or hand it off to an AC to plug all at once. Total Cost : SKB 3I-2222-12BE Case = $219.99 Trekpak Inserts + Pins = $100 Daiso Organizer = $3 Pelican 1400 Case = $49.99 Trekpak Insert for 1400 = $40 Bag for Movi handle = $1.50 Bag for Cables = $1.50 Total : $415.98 So far I have not flown with this case yet, so I'm not sure if this can withstand the heavy beating from the airliners, but as long as I keep all the TSA locks on it and tape the latches, I'm sure this would be just fine. There is enough padding for interior items and all the fragile items are inserted with decent protection so I'm not too concerned. The total weight of this case + all the items are exactly at 49.6 LBS, so it definitely fits the standard of a regular luggage. If I remove the 6x batteries and insert them elsewhere, I'm sure I can fit a few more items in the case and not exceed 50LBS of airline regulation limit before being charged for overweight luggage fee. The case is somewhat big, but it's small enough for me to fit in the back trunk of most sedans. With this, plus my Pelican 1510 with monitors, accessories, and wireless items, I'm confident I can fit all the items in the back trunk of sedan and still have some space left to fit a small hand truck or something. Overall, I'm glad this case worked out. The only hassle is tearing down the Movi Ring top handle, but it's super easy to do. I just gotta be careful not to lose the screws. I've done multiple jobs with Movi Pro this year and cannot be more happier. I think my next purchase is going to be a Ready Rig, but so far the weight of the rig has been kept under 20LBS most of the cases and I was able to make it work since no takes are longer than 3 minutes or so. If you need help with building the same design as I have or have questions, shoot me a PM and I can tell you more details. Happy holidays and happy new year!