So we're planning on moving out of Alaska next year and so we've started to plan our move. My wife is of the mind to sell pretty much everything we own and start over when we hit the Lower 49 (the 48 or Hawaii) states. I'm not willing to simply get rid of ALL of my music gear. I'm willing to get rid of alot of stuff and I will be selling my synth and other stuff but the bass gear and guitar gear I want to keep. She's afraid that it will cost way too much to move it anywhere. If it were up to her, I'd get rid of my Am. Std. Strat, my MTD bass, my little combo amp, all my pedals, EVERYTHING...literally everything. I know some of you have moved interstate and have some experience. Not including the military (since they move all your stuff free anyway), how have you guys done it? How would you move your music gear? It's fragile and heavy. Keep in mind that since I'm in Alaska, pretty much any move will require air travel. It's not as simple as putting everything in the back of a U-Haul and driving a few miles to another state. Thoughts, experience, advice, anecdotes? Thanks in advance, my low-end kin.