SF2 Turbo (Hyper Fighting) is packed and ready.
It's been a while since I've posted packing pictures, so I decided to show a step-by-step demo of how I may pack a PCB. My procedure changes depending on box size and thickness, but in general, your board will always have this level of protection when I ship.
Step 1: If possible and given permission, verify the board is operational prior to packing.
Step 2: Lay protection on the bottom of the box. Lots of people remember to protect the top well but forget about the bottom. Don't forget that some dickheads like to drop boxes.
Step 3: Triple-wrap the board in anti-static pink bubbles. Length, width, length. Use three long sheets of equal length. Easily removable tape ensures that everything can be re-used. These are the two packing supplies that I charge for in your total.
Step 4: Protect the sides of the box. In this case, there was not much room on the sides, so I cut four pieces of cardboard to make an extra wall around the box. A box within a box.
Step 5: Wrap the art and insert it on top. It should be easily noticeable. This is to satisfy a customs agent if they open the box. They may be less inclined to mess with everything if they can clearly see that it's a video game upon opening.
Step 6: Protect the top. In this case, I had air bubbles reused from another package that came in. If I didn't have them, I would have used a various combination of bubbles and paper as I did with the bottom.
Step 7: Fill out the necessary paperwork and drop it off at the courier.