Good idea...poor design
In my opinion, this is a very poorly designed case and I think SKB is trying to cut corners here. I returned it before I even got out of my driveway.
What I like about this case is the concept of being a sturdy yet lightweight case for regular local gigging, able to fit different size keyboards in it. However the good idea got mangled in the design process...
The moveable 'cleats' first of all have velcro bottoms, so eventually they will probably need to replaced if you gig a lot with different keyboards.
Second and more important, there is nothing to hold the keyboard in place no strap or anything. While putting the case in my car on the way to a gig I heard my keyboard sloshing around in there.
Furthermore, there is not nearly enough padding on this case...the padding is only on either end of the case and not even very thick there.
You might say "why not just get some blankets and add the extra padding and that will also keep the keyboard from moving around.
My answer is that if I'm paying close to $300 for a good case, then the manufacturer should design it so that I don't need to.
Just for the record, I was using this case to transport either a Roland Fantom or Yamaha P-80 neither of which stayed in place.
The best padding I've found so far is on the SKB soft case...but the wheel broke off of that after 6 months.
I'm going to try Gator and mayb Gig Skinz
If anybody find anything good, hit me up!