I was thinking the other day about how many of us ship hatching eggs, and wondered if there was a way to make them make the trip a little better. One of the things I know for sure must happen is that boxes get thrown and flipped around. This causes the eggs inside to be flipped around as well, thus throwing the yolk all over and sometimes detaching the air sacs. And then it occurred to me.... Live bird shipping boxes have those pyramid shaped tops to that (A) nothing can be stacked on top of it, and (B) so that it can only be set down one way, on its bottom! If this were applied to "hatching egg shipping boxes" wouldn't the same principles apply?