1 Deke Martin 1 day ago OK, so you fellas know I'm an advocate of Hiscox cases. The case I have my 335 in is (apart from a hole I cut in the interior to facilitate a Bigsby) still as good as the day I bought it back in the late '80s, but I find myself at a mental crossroads and could use some PoVs from like minds.I have an EJ-200 which I bought about 20 years ago, and it came with a nicely fitted non-branded case (by non-branded I mean non-Epiphone, I think it's branded ES). I also have a Takamine acoustic which is the same size and shape, but has no case, although when my good friend bought it new in '95 he also bought a Hiscox case for it which is the case I always associate with that guitar. Upshot is, when I take one of the guitars out of the house the other gets put on a stand gathering dustI want to get a case for the Takamine so the two guitars are not sharing the one case and normally I would err towards a Hiscox - they're great cases and I know it will be money well spent. However, I see there is an Epiphone branded case available in a cool looking black/burgundy combo, so now I'm wondering about getting one of those for the Epi and moving the ES case over to the Takamine. The Epi case is about £50 cheaper than a comparable Hiscox case, but I know the Hiscox will be lighter and stronger. On the other hand, I don't envisage a change of life style that would necessitate a baggage-handler-proof flight case, so the extra ruggedness is not really that big a deal.I'm not really looking for advice per se, but if this social club we call the GDP were a real bar where we could discuss this kind of minutiae I'm darn' sure I would have brought this up just after getting a round in.So fellas, what would you do?