I'd like to request that XSEED increases the quality of the boxes used for their limited editions. I own the limited editions for four recent XSEED titles; Cold Steel, Senran Kagura SV, Senran Kagura EV and Oneechanbara Z2 Chaos. Cold Steel is the only recent box I've received that has not been damaged. I've also gotten Lord of Magna: Maiden Heaven a while back, also undamaged. Cold Steel LE was made out of excellent material. Lord of Magna was packed together very tightly with very little room for bends or damage. However... Senran Kagura SV: Has a huge crease and bend on the right side (Amazon) Senran Kagura EV: Has a big pressed-in tear on the back of the case (Gamestop) Oneechanbara: Bends on the sides (Best Buy) Amazon returns are useless because I am told that it was bent from the warehouse (plus given my three returns for a different preorder, Project Mirai DX, to try to get a non-bent box didn't help). Gamestop and Best Buy only had one copy of the game (my preorder) available so swapping for a non-damaged version wasn't possible. I don't have this trouble with other limited editions. It's mainly because the cardboard used is the cheapest possible with almost no resistance to damage, or packed improperly. It's a bit sad because I preorder and day one buy a lot of XSEED games, but seeing the poor quality of the above boxes next to my immaculate Cold Steel copy is kind of crushing in more ways than one. If anything can be done, I'd accept it.