Effronwrote a review of SciCon Aero Comfort Plus 2.0 TSA Travel Case on October 16, 2015
Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
First the specs: I've got a L Cento Uno, ISM, 74 cm center BB to top of saddle. I chose to remove the pedals - just takes a minute and one less thing to protrude. Flew on a pencil jet (Embraer) and full size jets (757 and 767). Mine has a place for airline to put baggage tag, I also put my elite badges front and back in the hope that Delta would take good care of the bike (and they seemed to). This comes with a kit bag that sits under the rear of the bike, I overstuffed it at first but it's really plenty big for a couple of wrenches, pedals, small pump (included in bag), and some rags. I chose to remove the pedals just to keep them from protruding, and I purchased some additional padding (Albopads: http://www.albopads.com/) which seemed to work and gave me peace of mind. The bike came through with no visible damage (I did use the derailleur hanger rather than remove it); the mechanic at the other end indicated that my hanger was slightly bent but not sure if that happened from the flight or was already an issue - bike rode 98 miles and 7600 feet of climbing without any problems so never noticed it!. Easy to pack, and I like that the internal straps provide some air space cushion to protect the bike - and love that I'm able to keep seat and bars on the bike when shipping.