This review is going to cover the Gator and SKB 6 space Rolling Rack cases. I have used both for about 2 weeks each and I will note the pros/cons of both. They're both the same price on Musicians Friend, $144. My setup consists of -Shure PGX14 Wireless system, mounted on tray -Furman Power Conditioner -BBE Maxcom Compressor -Ampeg SVP-Pro Preamp -QSC RMX1850HD Power Amp I ordered the SKB case from my friend at Guitar center because he said it had rear rack rails, which I strongly preferred due to the weight of the QSC Power amp. They got it in after a couple weeks, and alas it did not have rear rails. I mounted all my stuff in the SKB case and waited for the Gator one (with rack rails for sure) to arrive, at which point I exchanged them. SKB Pros - The plastic itself seemed very sturdy. Also, it sat flat on a flat surface, like the top of an amp. Other than that, none. SKB Cons - The case was unneccesarily big. Lots of unused room on the sides of my equipment, and the side handles stuck out pretty far from the edges (see photo.) I couldn't fit it in my trunk. The handle was strange, you had to wiggle it side to side to get it to come out from retracted position. There was no button to get the handle to unlatch. No rear rails. The rear cover is a small opening that doesn't allow you access to the whole back, only a small portion. Gator Pros - Locking rear/front covers that allow access to the complete unit. Rear rails. Very compact unit, just enough room to run cords around the sides of your equipment inside the rack. This one fits in my trunk, and is a lot easier/less awkward to carry. It also has about a 3/4 rackspace empty place on the bottom, where the handle retracts into. I like this because I can put my cell phone and wallet in there while I'm playing. Handle has a button to unlatch. Also, the locking notch in the back is perfect for using a wire tie to secure a gooseneck lamp that illuminates the rear of the rack (powered by my furman). Gator Cons - Doesn't sit level on my amp... the wheels cause it to be raised slightly on one side and it can rock back and forth. I just use a small rubber furniture foot under the non-wheel side and its fine. Plastic seems a little less sturdy than the SKB but thats fine. I'll try to get some pics of my Gator rack so you guys can see what I'm talking about.