So I have a new kitten.Which means a little bit of chaos. Which means me worrying about my lenses and cameras sitting on a shelf. Which led me to think about popping the expensive ones into a case. So I bought a couple of Pelican style hard-cases. They look like this, and they're about 345x290x145mm - Before I start pulling out the foam, do any forum-ites have any tips or techniques for setting these up ? Do you fit lenses in horizontally (ie pluck long & wide but shallow) or vertically (pluck deep) ? I also picked up some silica gel cartridges (instead of the bags) to prevent moisture build-up - would you leave space to pop these in ? Would you plan the layout before pulling out the foam or just start plucking ? How close to the sides would you put a lens (it looks like the foam is pre-cut in 1cm cubes) ? Would one block around the edge be sufficient ? I wouldn't use these cases for transport - its mainly just for safe (cat-proof) storage in the house. So drops would be minor; bumps would be more likely.