I am a fan of SKB cases. I have several of them and decided to get this case for my pricier over/unders. Shortly after receiving the case, I used it to travel via airplane with a single shotgun. On that single trip (two flights there and back), the glue under the foam divider was giving way causing the walls between compartments to move freely, and therefore ripping the walls at the side. The shotgun was perfectly safe and the case was structurally sound, but the case was falling apart after a single use. Further degradation like this would likely cause more of the dividers to give way and eventually allow the shotguns to bounce around. Now SKB has a lifetime warranty on their cases (which is one of the reasons I like them), but I decided to try to patch this back together myself. I was going to use some E6000 adhesive to fix the broken wall, but to ensure this didn't happen again I would need the foam cut outs to reinforce the other compartments when not in use, and to make a tighter fit around my shotguns so they wouldn't bounce around and cause excess loading on the supports. With that in mind, I called SKB to ask for that foam or some sort of foam that I could cut to size. I spoke with two people and no luck... They didn't have it to send.. and they were very much unhelpful when explaining my concern. So instead I opted to exercise their warranty. While the turn around did take some time, they kindly replaced my broken product with a new one.
While the gentleman on the phone mentioned that my issue seems to be caused by missing glue, I strongly believe it is due to poor engineering. SKB will replace the product but will not offer any sort of assistance when I requested additional foam.
For this price, Plano, Pelican, or the new Cabela's branded cases are looking really good.