I recently sold a wrecked Hayabusa on ebay. The guy who bought it lived in Canada. I carefully crated the bike and extra parts. The crate was constructed of 2x4's, 1x2's, and 1/2" partical board. I constructed it as a pallet to be easily lifted by forklift. The bike was secured with three ratcheting straps and all extra parts were bubble wrapped and packed securely in the crate. Upon taking the crate to FedEx Freight I filled out a bill of lading and paid for shipping. After two weeks, I received an angry email from the buyer, the crate had not left St. Louis! I went back to the trucking company and was informed there was a 25 question form I had to fill out for customs. Thanks for calling!! It was finally on it's way. Well, I received an email yesterday from my buyer. The crate was destroyed in route. The bike was laying on it's side. The extra rear fairing was broken, the other heavily scratched. The radiator tabs broken off. Both fairings cracked. The new exhaust, no longer in bubble wrap, taped to the top of the bike. Basically, completedly destroyed! My buyer is not angry with me, as he can see I had carefully crated it. I'm not sure how he intends to handle things with the trucking company, but I'm pissed reguardless. I only used them because ForwardAir doesn't go to that part of Canada. Stay away from FedEx Freight!!!