> I personally hate these types of boxes, but completely understand it's > done. Some companies have started using, um, normal boxes (the kind with a lid, as opposed to tuckboxes). Z-Man immediately comes to mind; I think a lot of the newer / reprinted Rio Grande card games do as well. Same shelf footprint, and a more user-friendly box. Probably more expensive as well, though, so I can't really fault the continued use of tuckboxes. No matter how irritated their flimsiness makes me. > (It's the same reason why computer and console games are one disc in > a giant package. Man, I am /so/ glad that console games come in DVD-sized cases instead of CD jewelboxes. Now they can make manuals that are /legible/. -- It is in the nature of poets to misuse their sources. --John M. Ford, "The Lost Dialogue"