Sweet... I'll try it. They're cheaper than Newegg anyway.
Also, that two day shipping is pretty neat.
BTW, is this what you're talking about?
My only concern is that box is a little small and the smaller a box is, the more the contents take a beating.. A lot of people just think about how well an item is packed, but the size of a box has a lot to do with how much it moves around when being handled and moved by equipment. The smaller a box is, the more it gets tossed around during the shipping process. Bigger boxes tend to get knocked around less, which is why the box it self takes more damage than a small box... because they're sheer size and often being weighed down by extra packing material, makes them more resistant to being moved and their cardboard skin takes a beating from the stress put on them to force them to move. But as a result, the contents of a large box are less likely to be subjected to stressful movement, sudden drops, or thrown around by hand.
I ordered a big tower one time, and the huge box it came in was really badly scraped up and the corners dented, part of it was crushed, and there was even a rip in the side of the box. I asked if the truck carrying it went off a cliff. Fortunately, Silverstone packed it with adequate foam and it didn't get a single nick or dent. But I've also gotten very small boxes delivered with a lot of surface marks from being thrown around by hand but no dents, rips, or mashed in areas, and the contents were completely destroyed and smashed (dishes).... because the box was very light and easy to toss around by hand.
Packing is an art form... and I'm getting the point beaten into my skull more and more every year, that few people understand this.
It doesn't make a lot of sense to most people cause they think its wasteful, but the more delicate and breakable an item is, the larger the box it should be put in.Edited by Drahadis - 9/5/13 at 9:14pm