Thanks for the honest opinion Andrew! I like the *cough*. That was the original plan, but 3D printing is extremely slow. And 'sometimes' doesnt pan out, due to warped sections, so it has to be redone. I double checked the 3d printing costs, and shipping is also another killer. For what would be essentially 15g of plastic, it would be upwards of 70 per case, this seems to only go down once 100's of cases are bought... which by then the plastic molding could be done! I don't want to keep holding off, but releasing a product with a sub-par casing is just asking for bad reviews and irritated customers. Iv shown the new cable to a few customers when out doing jobs, and the common response I get is "Is that the case it will come with?". Most people have never seen a 3d printed object, and dont realise that they don't give a perfect seamless finish. The above does seem silly all this work for a case. But, I know if I bought something for good money, I would expect better.