It's heavier and bulkier than a standard single cue case, but that makes sense. I mention that because, if you're new to billiards and used to carrying a single cue case, don't expect this case, because it looks soft to be as light (even if you're carrying only one cue in it).
It seems to protect the cues just fine. I don't hear them rattling around in the bag. I love the adjustable strap that fits over the shoulder or cross-body. The best part is the giant pocket that runs the whole length of the case, separate from the cue compartment. The inside of the pocket also has several smaller zippered compartments inside, as well as hook and loop fastened dividers for you to customize the space.
It's an expensive case, for someone not used to purchasing expensive cases. But, it's as good as any other case of the same price as far as protecting your cues, along with that great pocket space and carrying comfort. It also has a sturdy side-handle so you can carry it like a briefcase.
If you're upgrading to a new bag because you've realized you keep having to carry other items (cue claw, bridge, chalk, rolls of quarters, chalk-holder, tip shaper, etc.) separately, this bag definitely solves that problem and looks cool while doing it.