I am looking for more details beyond the Pelican Cases. I love the cases, but wonder about minimum padding in the case.
Also, if using the air filter, does it transport well in the same case? Does there need to be separation between the air filter and the GF?
Can the GF be transported in more than just the flat horizontal position? Since the weight of the GF and a Pelican case would push the 75 lbs mark, will using a 2 wheel hand cart (putting the GF on angle or its end) require internal XY axis arms stops or removal of the honeycomb tray?
If the GF gets transported in a non-flat horizontal position, how long should it be unpacked and left in its operational position before powering it up for use? I figure that it would need to reach room temperature, before turning it on (for colder climates) to prevent optics from clouding up (like glasses would).
Does the cooling system have issues like compressors do for fridges and freezers requiring acclimating or adjusting to being out of proper operating position?
Part of my plans for the GF is more utilitarian which will require transport to different locations once or twice every couple months. Not always having a second person (or larger vehicle) means angles and jostling that I am not happy about doing.
I have designs for lifting and moving the GF in and out of the case that keeps it in the horizontal position, but need to get the practical/real world experience to “Glowie” from feeling abused.