So one of my gack cases -- an old Anvil road case originally built to transport a VCR (I think) that I've repurposed to hauling pedals, cables, microphones, accessories etc. -- is starting to show its age: The foam lining is essentially disintegrating. The rest of the case remains in remarkably good shape, especially considering that I've been taking it on the road for 20+ years, and it was already second-hand when I got it! So I just want to replace the foam interior. Doesn't need to be form-fit, just an open rectangular space, so I was hoping to get something a bit more durable than the soft urethane diced pick'n'pluck cubes. Figured a few slabs of foam, some spray adhesive and/or hot melt glue, and patience, and I can DIY this. Anyone ever done something like this before? I'm mostly looking for suggestions on what sort of foam I should be shopping for. Especially interested in a product that won't disintegrate in 20 years...not because I don't think 20 years is a respectable service life, but rather because cleaning all this disintegrated foam dust out of my equipment has been a real PIA! Any suggestions? Alternatively, anyone ever had a case professionally re-foamed? Where'd you take it? Thanks.