So I found myself trying to transport a small china cabinet with a curved glass front. Through some miracle it had survived our childhood of balls thrown in the house, rough-housing, and experimentation with blowguns and other projectile shooters. Now I needed to come up with a way of getting onto and off of a truck and across several hundred miles of poorly maintained highway.
My solution was to build a bespoke enclosure out of scrap lumber. It at least projected that curved class front that stuck out beyond any protecting wood part. Can I just say how much I love those webbing tie-downs? Seriously, it's getting unhealthy.
The system worked, and the mission was successful. The only touchy part came when I realized that I'd built the cage around the cabinet with square drive screws, and I didn't think I had the driver with me at the other end. Fortunately, it was just flexible enough that I could lift it off in one piece. That was when I discovered the second use for it.
It's 10 o'clock, do you know where you kid is? I do.