Putting Newegg in the dog pound. I've made countless purchases from them through the last 5+ years and never had a problem until now.
I ordered most of the components for a new build on the 10th, got the items today in 2 boxes. Neither box had any exterior damage to them and they used that sweet brown paper towel packing material, the stuff that they put in school paper towel dispensers. Well I don't remember the exact layers but I do know they put both video card boxes on the bottom side by side and the motherboard box was on top of them. Sever smaller objects were on top so no big deal.
Well, when I grabbed the motherboard box I noticed it wasn't completely shut and there was a nice crumpled corner on it. I pulled the motherboard out of the anti-static bag and bam, the corner is cracked and bent upwards at about a 45° angle. This motherboard was obviously dropped at the warehouse by Captain Butterfingers and he apparently didn't want it coming out of his pay or something so he just shoved it in the box.
I shouldn't have to pay for shipping this drop kicked mobo back, but according to their website I have too. I sent them a RMA request explaining what happened. This kinda crap makes the good deal you thought you were getting into a debacle.