Well, I’ve seen lots of inexpensive plastic cases get beat up because, well, they aren’t made of a durable plastic. And plastic cases like the Pelican Cases can get a bit, well, way up there. It’s great stuff, mind you, but it’s too expensive for the most part.
Companies like SKB and Gator don’t make a full-foam insert, but hey, if you want a keyboard, guitar or bass-type case all foamed out, they can do it.
I like the looks of aluminum cases, but the plastic holds up a bit better to abuse. Metal rims work great.
What I saw was on Brett Grimes YouTube for his 3 year anniversary video was a toolbox with foam inserts he’s cut out to fit the drawers and open areas. That I think was a great idea for larger collections.
Personally, I’d just like to see a double sided soft case. It keeps the costs down to the users. However, I wouldn’t mind seeing YYE making a plastic carry case. Maybe to ease complication, have the foam in the center, with a fabric barrier between front and back, and then the outsides be zippered. The top side would have a handle with a reinforced cloth backing under the case material for dirability The sides would also have eyelet for attaching a shoulder strap. The bottom would have either 2 or 4 wide feed for being set down and not sliding around.
However, I’m positive a plastic or metal case is in the works. It’s probably a matter of getting prices reasonable.
What I would like to see is a display rack, such as like for golf balls, except in yoyo-friendly dimensions for up to 59mm in diameter for the normal shelves. Or have it adjustable for your 4A throws and Big Yo for the bottom shelves.