Do You Prefer Softsided Luggage or Hardsided for Cruises?

I now only purchase luggage that is lightweight.  With airline weight limits in place and fully enforced, we all need to to be concerned about luggage weight.  However, we all also want to make sure that our luggage arrives undamaged to our staterooms.  Suitcases are not treated gently by either airline personnel, terminal baggage handlers or for that matter even tax or shuttle drivers.  What do you use now, softsided or hardsided luggage?

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My larger Briggs & Riley has arrived. So excited. I will include my opinions about them upon our return from the cruise. The DH likes the look so much, if it goes as well as I think it will, he may be getting a set for our Anniversary in the Spring.Wink

Use and enjoy it in good health....... They look to be nice stuff I visited the web site.

Yeah, I do like those spinner wheels. But, I am always afraid that they will get knocked off in transit.

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