I saw something on this awhile back but couldnt find anything from searching. What exactly do airports consider to be a "X-Ray friendly laptop bag/case/sleeve"?? I remember seeing that there are types of cases that you dont have to remove the computer from. I think it had something to do with nothing being on top or bellow the laptop (like pockets in the sleeve) I'm going to be flying back home to Chicago in 9 days and was just curious. Id feel much safer if I could keep my Macbook in the incase sleeve. There has been times where I get searched or someone in front of me gets randomly searched and then my stuff is just sitting out there on the other side of the x-ray machine almost out of my view. Thats happened before with my wallet, phone, old dell computer and other things just sitting out for anyone to pick up and walk. Those airport people dont know what belongs to who. Thanks.