So after a few years of living in a cardboard box, my 1890s 11x14" American Optical field camera finally has a case in the form of a Tenba road case for a Mac G5 tower computer. As laptops are so powerful these days, I suspect that fewer people are schlepping these bulky desktop computers to trade shows and conventions and photographers who need to edit on location are much more likely to be using laptops, so there are some bargains to be had on these very sturdy and relatively lightweight cases.

Here's what they look like new--

I got the one without wheels used on eBay for around $200, and it's a perfect fit for the camera, five holders (I only have 4), with room to spare for lenses, darkcloth, etc., and if I ever decide to travel with this camera, it could be checked on a plane.