Erich's packing is well renowned. Now I know why. It would take an extremely unlucky impact to do damage. All contents are held securely. The expanding foam is very secure. Some nice poly caps and an assortment of resistors and inductors. The compression driver is a heavy beast: While the neo magnet on woofer is surprisingly light despite the nice basket: Up close with the raison d'etre: A couple clamp shots. I went and picked up 4 cheap clamps from harbor freight, which are fine for these precision cut panels. It's true, you can never have enough clamps. I could have used at least 4 more, which would probably have cut my glue up time down by 80%. It's not necessary, but probably worth it if you're short on time. I probably clamped down on the panels too hard and squeezed out 90% of the glue and warped the panels a bit. A shot of the populated circuit board. I'll spare you from the nasty soldering hatchet job underneath. And for the last pic for the time being, I didn't realize that Erich had included short screws and that they were supposed to screw right through the standoffs, so I gerry rigged these (much too large) conduit clamps with some wood glue with the intent to cable tie them to the circuit boards, since I didn't think I had any screws on hand short enough to not go straight through the cabinet wall. I'm still debating whether I should just screw the crossover boards in by hand. It'll be a tight fit now that I've glued the baffle on.