Many of you receive and/or ship eggs on a regular basis. I only occasionally ship eggs, so I would like to know, do your shipped eggs usually arrive in good condition? Do the boxes seem as if they were handled with care? I'm asking because I recently shipped 4 goose eggs across a few states and was upset to learn that the box arrived in terribly damaged condition. Amazingly, the eggs inside were not cracked, but their air cells are certainly compromised. I sent them in a flat-rate Priority Mail box, well cushioned inside with bubble wrap and styrofoam egg cartons. The box was clearly marked on all sides with "Fragile -- Live Hatching Eggs". What more can I do to insure that my packages are handled better?