B&H and Adorama often have the lowest prices on paper, but it arrives damaged so often that it's not actually a savings. If they would only package it properly this wouldn't happen, but they simply will not do it. I've complained, and even told them how others package things so they arrive without damage. FWIW, we order large mats (for picture framing) from a different supplier and they simply "sandwich" them between two sheets of heavy cardboard, stapled all around the edges. This does not allow anything to slide around inside, protects the corners very well, and it's cheap. I've received paper from still other suppliers packaged this way, and it's always perfect. Throwing a box of paper sheets into a larger box offers little protection. It slides around inside the bigger box damaging the corners and the larger box, being mostly empty except for a couple of air pillows, gets crushed. The only papers that seem to survive no matter how badly packaged are the Epson premium papers. Their boxes are heavily reinforced, are much larger than the sheets inside, and provide special protection in the corners. These were obviously designed by someone who knows what they need to withstand in "normal" shipping. Others, like Ilford, need to be packaged by someone who knows how to do it. The manufacturer's box is little more than a shell to hold the sheets.