I am just throwing this out there for discussion. I personally find one of the most annoying parts of PC building is boxes. One of the great things about building your own computers is that most of the modular parts we buy come with a warranty that is better in itself than a prebuilt system, console or just about any other electronic device. 2 year is pretty much standard 3 year is common and lots of parts have 5, 10 or even lifetime warranties. By default its not clear to me with any individual part if I have to keep the box. But storage area just has so damn many boxes. Sometimes I am even organized enough to write on the box the date I received it and what the warranty is so I can know when to throw the box out. That said I would feel a whole lot better if I knew that most warranties would never ask you to return the box and you could just toss it out. The biggest issue is that when you buy a prebuilt system it typically comes in a single box when you build your own system you have a separate box for every item in the system and all that adds up. Then you need a bigger box to hold all the smaller boxes etc... I realize that I might be over thinking this does anyone else here just throw boxes out and if something comes up RMA in a different box?