For $65 excluding shipping, the Miter DAP case is not a cheap solution, but well worth the price if you have a modestly-sized IEM and cable collection and want a one-stop, well made, beautifully designed and finished case to keep it in. It fills an important niche that I wish more companies would consider filling, and aside from equally niche and even more expensive solutions from the likes of Dignis and Van Nuys, there’s nothing quite as ready-made for keeping your portable head-fi collections stored and safe like the Miter DAP case.
My concerns with the size of the IEM/cable compartment aside, I can confidently recommend the case if it fits your system. Personally, I wish Miter made a slightly larger ‘Pro’ case, with an extra centimeter or two in each dimension, that would more comfortably fit larger gear, and cater for those users that have more than average-sized portable gear. I’d gladly pay more for such a case, but until then, the Miter DAP case is best-in-class for what it does and how it does it.