I have a number of Billingham camera bags, most of them dating back far enough that the superflex dividers are of the old type. Over the years the foam inside the dividers has disintegrated and now offers no protection what so ever. I contacted Billingham to be told that there was nothing they could do, perhaps not surprising considering the age of the dividers. They did however tell me that the original padding was open cell foam and the new ones use closed cell foam. I have no fewer than five supeflex inserts and buying new replacements would cost around £100, depending on which ones I need and whether there is anything that meets all my requirements. Having determined that I have nothing to lose I decided to see if I could open up one of my dividers and replace the foam. It turns out that the bottom edge is stitched and over locked to stop the edges of the material from fraying so getting into what are effectively pockets is relatively easy, if messy as the old foam has become sticky dust. New closed cell foam is readily available, I have some 6mm in black that is easily cut to size. All I now need is for the cloth to dry as I could only get the old foam out bu washing each pocket in running water. Once I have restitched the edges I should have a usable superflex again. I have foam for two of them so I'll try to photograph the process for the second one and see if I can post some images.