For reference, I'm in Colorado, Metro Denver. I recently purchased a gently used Vox Phantom clone (the five-sided offset body style they sell at Phantomworks). This is actually my second Phantomworks bass; I also have a gently used Teardrop. I love both of these basses and they really scratch my, and my audience's, aesthetic itch. They are also bonafide players with great tone. The Teardrop came in a Phantomworks "teardrop" case. The whole package, great vintage vibe. The Phantom came sans case. It just so happens to fit perfectly in the case that came with the Teardrop. It would be very satisfying to have both Voxers in matching or very similar cases. Alas, Phantomworks no longer offers bass cases for sale separately. And I can't even get them to reply and tell me where they obtain their cases. And they are pricey. As it turns out, the Profile music accessory company in Canada, the land of amazing instrument case work, makes a case that is almost identical in shape and dimensions to what I have and need. It is available from several Canadian retailers in a couple of provinces. Converting CAD to USD puts them at around $65.00! Wow, it's almost impossible to buy a nice hardshell in the USA for that, and this is a unique shape as well. But when I factor in tax, shipping, and customs, the final price goes up about 3 times as high. I can't justify that, and I'd just as soon let a USA retailer charge me, and probably for less. I don't mind a final price tag in the $100-$120 USD range. Any tricks or tips on a workaround? Otherwise I am in the used Reverb/CL/Music-Go-Round/eBay weeds indefinitely, hoping something appropriate magically pops up. And the new teardrop cases available to me in the USA are both very expensive and not as good a fit for this bass. Thanks in advance for reading and thoughtful helpful replies.