Curious to know how the TSA security checkpoints have been lately. It used to be your laptop had to be removed from its bag or sleeve and placed alone in a bin... you couldn't even sit it on your sleeve to cushion it from damage. Late last year, I believe the TSA enacted a rule change that would allow laptops to stay inside certain sleeves and bags if they met certain regulations. The advantage of being able to do this is to limit the cosmetic damage your laptop would suffer from being thrown naked in a bin. I'm not much more body armor or skins, so the prospect of being able to keep my macbook pro in a TSA approved sleeve would be ideal. I'm curious to hear peoples experiences lately, ideally if you are using the Waterfield brand Sleeve or Suede jacket, both of which apparently meet TSA regulations. Of course, the TSA says they can still ask you to remove the laptop if the TSA approved sleeve doesn't allow for a clear Xray of the laptop. I'm also curious if the TSA staff seems to be clueless of this rule change and is still forcing everyone to remove the laptop. Your experiences?