Very versatile case
This is the 3rd Gator product I've bought, and I'm very happy with the quality of Gator stuff so far. I've bought other inexpensive soft cases like this, Roadrunner in particular - that weren't nearly as high quality as Gator. The zippers on both of my roadrunner keyboard cases have fallen off, whereas the Gators just keep on going.
This particular case is interesting in that its pouch on the front is extra large. It's large enough to put a microkorg into, making it doubly useful if you have a microkorg. The inside of this case is slightly taller than a lot of other 61-key cases, and that comes in VERY handy for this - you can put a platform onstage stand into it, and there's still room for a keyboard assuming it's not too tall. I can put my Roland A500, a platform case, and a Microkorg, all into this case, and there's still room for a ton of cables and pedals inside. I suspect a Roland A800 would fit just fine with the stand too, as would many of the 61-key controllers (maudio, novation, etc...). I think I could probably fit a compact tripod mic stand+boom in there too.
I only gave it 4.5 stars because I think it needs just a little improvement. I'd like some wheels on it, and I'd like some backpack straps on it. With my stand, A500, and Microkorg in it, the whole thing weighs 40 pounds - not too much to carry on a back.
Gator - add some backpack straps, and/or some wheels!