PSA: Since starting out in this field of work, I have seen many damaged parts and broken pieces due to shipping. It is very important that your parts are properly protected before you ship. Take the extra time to brace your boxes, especially if they are long trim pieces. Even if you think your box is indestructible, you still need insurance. Here is a good example of why: 1960 Cadillac 2 door quarter spears...worth about $1500 a pair. These were in a very strong tube that is typically used to ship high end fishing rods. It is about 1/4" thick. It must have taken a huge hit during shipping, because this would be a difficult thing to try to bend... These can be repaired, but will never be the same. So, moral of the story - even if you think it is impossible for your trim to be damaged with your indestructible package, you MUST consider insuring it. Especially for high dollar parts. UPS and FedEx will insure up to $1000 without 3rd party insurance. Use it.