Looking for some info on Gibson's SG cases with regards to the the issue with a '61 reissue style neck, weakest of necks. Specifically, it looks to me like the classic Gibson SG hardshell case might be designed to support the body of the SG at an angle. In other words, there's a tapered platform/padding in the body area that's thicker where the upper bout is and thinner at the lower bout. So the guitar rests on the complete body, never the neck, and not just the edge of the lower bout. This make sense: You would not want the guitar sitting on the neck rest as it would put pressure on the (weak '61) body/neck joint in a flat fall. But, you do need some sort of side-to-side emergency neck control so that the headstock doesn't strike the case side in a hard side fall. You don't want the guitar on the neck since the neck would get upward pressure in a flat fall with the guitar resting on the mid neck-rest and just the lower bout. All that pressure would head to the neck-body joint. Snap. Can anyone confirm this case design is true on a vintage or recent Gibson case? (Not looking to discuss the welll-beaten subject of the likelihood of neck breaks, headstock breaks, etc. Just the case design).