Are the old cases protective enough to carry around a trumpet or cornet? Or is it better to put them in a modern case for travel and only use the old case for storage? Does your answer change if it's for a kid? I see many nicely restored vintage cases around here but are they practical for transport? [I'm asking because my kid (I don't play these!) currently totes her old Collegiate in a new case because the original case is flimsy and stinky. We didn't have to think about that much. Now a '50s Conn 80A has joined in and it won't fit in the modern cornet case. If it goes anywhere, it'll have to be in its original case or I buy it a new (trumpet?) case. The Conn case is actually kind of nice and wouldn't take much to get it in presentable condition, but still seems like the cornet rattles around a bit in there...if I'm going to bother to have the dents removed from the horn, I'd like it to be in a secure case. And if I'm gonna bother fixing up that case, I want it to be functional.] Thanks. Clueless as always.