Traveler Ultra Light Nylon
Got this for a trip to Europe, so that I could practice and kick back while there. It's small enough to slide into the back pocket of my roll-around backpack, which also contains my laptop and electronic gear, with about a foot of the neck sticking out. Plenty of room for a Honeytone portable amp as well. No problem with carrying it on the plane, and it was easy to slide out and put it beside the back pack in the overhead compartment. Got a strap to help hold the guitar in place. Fingerboard and neck feel just right, and play pretty much like my Alvarez. The body is thinner and a different shape (obviously) than what you get with a regular guitar, and takes some getting used to, but overall it's very manageable. You need to get used to not being able to rest your right forearm on the body of the guitar, since there isn't one. The sound was fine, again somewhat different from a regular classical guitar, but still very nice, and with the amp you can adjust volume or go to headphones if desired. This was useful staying in a hotel in London and a short term apartment in Paris, both with fairly thin walls. Overall it was a great pleasure to have it along, well worth the minor adaptations you have to make to its size.