I just received the Gigabyte EX58-UD5 motherboard that I ordered from Provantage. Once I opened the shipping box, I noticed that one of the corners of the Gigabyte box was pretty bent. The box itself was not shrinkwrapped (and I'm not sure if it was supposed to be). I opened the box and all contents are there. The manual shows some wear on the front cover. The motherboard itself is on the bottom in an ESD anti-static bag. I haven't opened it yet. My question is: should I go ahead with the motherboard even if the box showed signs of wear (bent corner, worn flaps, manual, etc)? Is the box of a new motherboard normally shrinkwrapped? I just don't want to end up using a returned product, having paid so much for it. Any ideas?