I used to have an SKB double case as I thought I'd need it for airline travel. Then I figured out that the case alone weighed 27# with nothing in it. On most Canadian caribou hunts you're only allowed 70#. With two bows and other gear it doesn't leave much room for clothes. Therefore I gave it to my brother and bought an SKB soft case. I have had it for about 15 years and haven't had a bow yet that won't fit in it. It isn't designed for parallel limbed bows but they do fit.
I just ordered me a Plano BOW MAX Deluxe Single Bow Case with the pillarlock system. Mostly to be used for local travel from the club to home as well as hunting use in the back of the truck or strapped to the rack on the 4 wheeler. I priced this model out at a number of outlets, some in Canada were around $120, other stores, even more...After a quick google search, Walmart had the best price at $49, and with the CDN $ being what it is, getting this case for less than $50 with free site to store shipping it was a no brainer!! Now I just need to pick it up on my next trip down to Fargo!
Have an 14-15yr old Contico hard plastic bow case I had my '96 Firecat in. Took the Firecat out and started using it for my Bengal.........fit the longer Firecat better, but it works well and is still in great condition after years of banging around in my trucks. I'd buy another one, but don't they exist anymore, or at least not the bow cases.
If I do get a case for my Bengal, it will probably be the Plano Protector Deluxe hard case. I like the extra storage space it has for all the crap I carry.
Have a decent foam padded soft case with full length arrow case pocket for my son's Jaguar, but can't remember brand.
It protects the bow well for general use, but need to be a bit more careful if we have to put it in the bed of the truck, especially if weather might get nasty
Hey I am also using this type of case..and its good..it provides a large space of storage...