I know that we do talk a lot about the costs and methods of shipping boards. But, I don't ship boards, only fins here. Anyway, from-time-to-time I get a hassle from a "customer" (nobody from Jamboards, yet) about the "cost of mailing/shipping" fins and other sundries. I guess that I would have to say that there are more than a few folks out in the wild who do not know that you can't mail a letter for a quarter anymore! I only use the USPS because UPS is a hassle for me and otherwise cost the same or more and I already have a USPS Click-N-Ship account. AND, the USPS sends me FREE Priority Mail boxes! So, yesterday's typical example, which was NOT a fin but used the same size box and approximate weight: A two (2) pound box. The guy was giving me a very solid WTF? about the postage cost. Hmmmmmmm, well OK guy, here's the deal, , , , my cost, after discount, for this insured Priority Mail Regional Rate A box to you in Oakland, CA, with "2 Day" delivery, is $11.20. Well sure, that may in fact seem to be a lot but, guess what? The "snail mail" cost is $10.56, no insurance, and you'll probably receive it sometime this month, and I'd have to buy a plain box just for you! He was still upset, thinking that it should only cost "a couple of dollars". He paid but, was not happy.