Hi All. I was hoping to get some further advice on shipping my Imac as plane luggage from the US to Europe. I've trawled the internet and these forums for ages and have ready all the threads with this same question, still, i thought i'd raise the topic again. So, on Thursday I'll be taking my 2011 OWC Modded 27'' 3.4ghz Imac to Europe. I understand it is really not the perfect computer to travel with, but I dont have a choice due to work. It will be checked luggage of course. I was thinking of removing the stand, and wrapping the main computer up in an overkill amount of bubblewarp. I have a pretty rugged 30'' Samsonite f'lite hard shell case that I was thinking to put her in. I was wondering about how I should pad it. Do you think I should just bubblerap it completely so that It fits snug in the case, or is that a recipe to destroy the screen? Would it make more sense to fit into into the side styrofoam inserts from the original box so that the sides of the imac are supported, and then bubblewrap it snug in the case? Also wondering how likely the TSA are to open the case while they are screening, and if I should cut a slit in the wrap so that they may access the Imac easier and repack it it easily? Has anyone shipped a 27'' Imac in this fashion and can give me some advice? Or any thoughts advice from anyone at all would be appreciated. Cheers!