Cardboard boxes are the best feature in a videogame that has the guts to include cardboard boxes. You can hide in them, confuse people AND transport yourself across maps in them. Also, they don't fatigue in 8 seconds like a crappy, useless horse.
Also, if it wasn't for OoT we might have gotten a proper sequel to the best 3D Zelda [Wind Waker] instead of Twilight Princess. But no, everyone wanted shitty "realistic" Link.
Don't forget, I am in Puerto Rico and shipping is higher and slower. Unless it's like... priority or express mail fixed packaging. I know it's a lot less likely to sell the lot, but it's also way less work/cost, on top of that the nearest post office is almost an hour away-- well, the actual "nearest" one is 20 minutes away... But there's literally no parking near it and everything I've heard about the service is that they're unreliable. Hell, I don't receive packages at home because my address doesn't comply with USPS standards and all my attempts to fix it has ended with them just shrugging it off. I'd likely be better off trading all the stuff into Amazon for a lower value, but they pay for S&H + I can bulk ship.
Here's a good article on why the US copyright office no longer serves the public: http://boingboing.net/2016/09/08/the-us-copyright-office-is-the.html As expected, this would've been a major mistake on MS' end.
So for anyone interested in upgrading to a 4K HDR TV, GAF has a fairly decent thread about the Sony XBR43X800D, which Amazon currently sells for $650, they also sell a 49" model for almost $800. I'd recommend looking into either of those sets if you're upgrading since the 2 most reasonable competing models are the 49" Vizio P series 4K UHD set and the Samsung UN49KS8000, both of which are $200-300 more than Sony's panel. Also, the Vizio panel's HDR mode suffers from severe input lag issues.