For the money, an outstanding case. Well-constructed for safety, velvet interior, cushy suspension, string tube, spring bow holders, and plenty of room in the three accessory boxes on the interior. One of the best exterior rain covers I have seen with ample room for a lot of music. A bit thin on the interior at the lower bouts of the instrument, and not much padding there -- but you won't find more unless you go up beyond the $600 range and above, and even then, is it variable. A far better value in craftsmanship and protection than more expensive cases, like the Negri Monaco, which I also have. At well over $300, the Negri is junk by comparison -- thin hard walls, thin felt interior (yes, felt!), very thin padding, practically zero suspension, no string tube, one accessory box with no proper hinge so that when you open it, it falls onto the scroll of your instrument if it is still in the case, and a cover that is paper thin and only water-resistant. The Boboleck is definitely a bargin and well-made -- I transferred my early 18th-century instrument from my 20-year-old jeager etui, which while still solid, has no suspension and compressed padding by now -- I feel completely confident in the ability of this case to protect my precious instrument.