I find this whole situation utterly hilarious. Hasbro goes on and on about how the toys are for kids, insults collectors with their snide "They're action figures, not sit on a shelf figures", and then (presumably) figures out they're alienating what drives this line in the first place. To extend an olive branch, they put these cases out and they do the opposite of what they're supposed to do in the first place. I wonder if they didn't do this on purpose just to piss carded collectors off.
Then again, they do have a history of making cases that don't fit any figures. I mean, they're using that vintage Vader case for the second time in a year when none of the slots have been changed for the new figure sizes. Now they put something out to "protect your figures" that basically protects it by crushing it.
Their removal of the item's existence from their website is rather telling too. After all, as we all know, Hasbro doesn't make mistakes.