So far, I've had two USPS packages that I think overshot where they were supposed to go. The first, coming from Illinois, ended up diverted to Florida before going to the proper regional hub in Charleston, WV. The second, coming from Utah should have been here today, but somehow ended up in Mobile, Alabama. I'm in Southwest Virginia--so how the heck did they end up there? Left on the truck? You'd think with tracking, they wouldn't make such a smurf-up these days. Usually, I have stuff that arrives early, but this, for sure, will end up being two days late because of the USPS's mistake. And secondly, a rant on packaging. The one from Illinois was packed in a thin-wall box that originally held Ziploc bags and was then wrapped in brown paper, and was thus crushed. As well, I could tell it had become wet at one point. I Thankfully the contents weren't fragile. Bubble mailers, for the most part, I've had no issue with, aside from once a seller tried to pack a few too many new clamshell packed knives in it, and it had torn, thankfully nothing fell out. I'm fine with recycling packaging--but at least make sure the box can withstand the rigors of the postal system.