Seyberts always has a few JB cases in stock in basic styles(least expensive):
The JB 3x4 case(3 butts, 4 shafts) can also be used as a 2x5 case(two butts, 5 shafts). JB has hundreds of videos about his cases on youtube. Here's one on how to load his 3x4/2x5 case:
The JB cases at Seyberts come with one strap on the back of the case. If you want a backpack setup with two straps, you can buy an accessory strap at Seyberts when you order your case. JB cases also makes a dedicated backstrap case. Here's what they look like:
<p>This item adds a backpack strap setup to a custom order. The two straps will be offset for comfort. The straps will automatically be matched to the color scheme of the case being ordered.<br /><br />A dedicated backpack strap setup is ergonomically d
Here's what JB has to say about the difference between adding a strap and a dedicated backpack setup: https://jbcases.com/strap.html
He also has many videos where he shows what the insides of his competitor's cases look like and why they suck.
Something not mentioned at Seyberts is that JB cases come with a velour bag that covers the entire case (I'm not sure what the purpose of that is?), as well as a jump cue sleeve
(to make one of the slots shorter) (in addition to the jump handle compartment in the lower pocket), and a lifetime warranty.
JB Cases on the best way to protect cues: http://www.jbcases.com/protection.html
, and of course a video about their interior:
Seyberts ships same day if you order before 1PM Eastern, and at the bottom of the following page is how many days it will take to arrive: https://www.seyberts.com/shipping