The case comes with a protective sheet over the clear plexiglass,
reducing the chance you'll get one with any scratches out of the
box. The construction is fairly solid, and the design is quite
pleasing. You could also stack more than one on top of each other if
you so desired, although I don't think that would look too good.
One of the more interesting features is the inclusion of two round
brackets of different sizes. These can slip around the waist of
pretty much any size 12" figure, and they attach through the back of
the case. This will hold the figure steady, which would be far more
important for some of the figures that are feet-impaired like Barbies.
Here you can see Alfred inside the case. The black background is
nice, allowing you to have a good contrast against which you can easily
see the figure. I think I prefer this to the all clear cases.
The front of the case is angled, so you can easily see the figure from all
Overall - ***
I like this case quite a bit - it's one of the nicer designs I've
reviewed. I'd have given it at least 3 1/2, maybe 4, except for two
points - I'd prefer it down around ten bucks, and it's just a little too
small! If you notice in the pictures above, Alfred cannot hold his
pistol out in front of him. This case is designed for figures to
keep their arms down by their sides, and that's not exactly conducive to
the way you'd really like to pose most of your military figures.
Just another inch of depth and this case would have been perfect.