Hello All, I figured this'd be the best place to ask this question. I'd like to build a case to transport a small switching layout I've built. It's just over 14" deep and 5' long, and at present without structures a little over 9" high. When trees are added permanently this will go up, but shouldn't be over 12". Anyway, I am thinking of something kinda classy, like an ATA case, only in wood. I have lauan ply for a planned layout that probably won't happen for another few months until after a move so I would like to use it. Also, I would like to construct a case to house the structures, rolling stock, throttle, etc. that will double as a staging area, about 3' long for a total layout/staging length of 8'. I have aluminum angle to use as cassettes, planning on setting them on a smooth surface that will butt up against the entry/exit track. The whole shebang will be set up on a folding table so operators can sit or stand. I've got a Prodigy Express to use for control along with the MRC Synchro Sound steam system. It's already fun to operate without staging, sound or DCC. Should be even more fun with! Oh, and I plan on decorating the outside of the cases with old train calendar and magazine pictures in a decoupage style just for fun, and to put those old calendars and magazines to good use.