Hard Plano case. I used to use a soft case for my old bow, but now that they are making hard cases smaller for parallel limb bows I actually like them. I like the ability to slide it in the back of my truck and not have to worry about stacking stuff on it. If I had an SKB hard case I could THROW my case in the back of the truck though!
Brownell, a combination of both. It is big, and much lighter than a hard case. I can fit 2 bows, all ofmy equipment and a week-ends worth of clothes in it, and it still comes in under 50 lbs. I have flown with it several times and there has been no problem or damage. It is also a heck of a lot easier than lugging aroung the skb that I previously used.
The lakewood cases do both- I think they are worth every$$.
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