I spend most of my time traveling. Much of that in a motorhome. I've devised a m4/3 camera gear storage system that allows easy use of a Pelican 1500 case, a Halliburton 103 case, and an inexpensive Sterilite Latch Box storage container. The base element that easily moves from Sterilite to Pelican to Halliburton is a Pelican 1505 padded divider set (about $56 from B&H). This insert organizer comes as the internal divider set if you order a Pelican 1504 Case with Padded Dividers $139.28 from B&H. As an "old-school" photographer, I also have an appreciation for the super fine-quality, aluminum, lightweight cases from Halliburton. These are expensive cases, for sure, but are still being made... and older ones can readily be found on eBay. (I bought two older ones on eBay recently.) A new 103 sells for about $350-385, but used versions on eBay sell for a fair bit less than that. The 1505 padded divider set which fits in a Pelican 1500 case also fits in a Halliburton 103 camera case, as well as a Sterilite 1936 25 Qt. latch box. While I'm at home, as well as traveling in the motorhome, I keep the 1505 divider set in the Sterilite 1936 latch box. This is the cheapest, easiest-to-access storage container for quick and easy access to the gear. And rolling down the highway, this inexpensive latch box stores everything with great protection against the nasty roads we encounter, on occasion, here in the USA. When I'm getting ready to go shooting ~with camera gear~ I just grab what I want from the Sterilite latchbox and put that in a shoulder camera bag. Here's where it's stored while traveling, in an overhead bin in the motorhome. Subscribe to see EXIF info for this image (if available) Subscribe to see EXIF info for this image (if available) Subscribe to see EXIF info for this image (if available) Subscribe to see EXIF info for this image (if available) Subscribe to see EXIF info for this image (if available) When traveling in adverse conditions, this 1505 padded divider set Subscribe to see EXIF info for this image (if available) drops perfectly into a Pelican 1500 case, which is tough as nails and about as rugged as anyone will ever need. Subscribe to see EXIF info for this image (if available) When traveling under "non-duress" circumstances, where light-weight and durability is desired, and the Pelican case is overkill in both weight and bulk, the 1505 Pelican padded divider set drops into an aluminum Halliburton Silver Premiere 5" Attache case, with a little room to spare. (A Halliburton 103 6" camera case would also accept the Pelican 1505 insert.) Since I'm using the slimmer Attache case by Halliburton, there is a leather accordion organizer in the lid of the case, so I lay a sheet of black foam over the top of the padded divider set before closing the Halliburton Attache case. If using a Halliburton 103 Camera case, there will be a convoluted foam liner in the lid of the case already. New Halliburtons are expensive cases, but I found both of mine for a small fraction of the new price, as very lightly-used cases, on eBay. Subscribe to see EXIF info for this image (if available) The Pelican 1505 padded divider set holds about three m4/3 camera bodies and about 12 lenses, but is totally re-configurable, as needed. (An advantage over pick-n-pluck foam liners.) In my case, as shown below, Subscribe to see EXIF info for this image (if available) • G5 body • E-M5 body • E-PL3 body • GH2 (not shown) • Pany 14-45 w/hood attached • Pany 14 • Pany 20/1.7 • Oly 12 • PL 25/1.4 w/hood attached • Oly 45/1.8 w/hood attached • Pany 12-35/2.8 w/hood attached • Pany 14-140 w/hood attached • Pany 7-14 • Oly 9-18 • Canon FD 50/1.4 w/hood attached As you can see, I'm saving room for a 17/1.4! I do have a G5 on order, but the Oly 14-42II R and Pany 14 will be on the way out, clearing some room. I also tend to carry at least one body and a lens or two in my day-bag all the time, leaving some more space in the 1505 for other gear. The legacy lenses I have that are not shown in this case are soon to be for sale.