I got the standard. Of course, this time around, the standard really is totally standard. Huge creativity fail, w00t!
It's just the obvious direction of things when a company grows and gets bought and gets, well, more corporate. There's no way to keep it about people. So see ya later threepiecewoot, it was fun while it lasted, sorry to see you go, and another chunk of the originality of the w00t way with you.
And please don't even start in with the "be thankful" line of doodie. That applied when the "experience" was still unique to w00t. This crap is crap of the most boring kind. I can imagine the meetings at corporate headquarters: "well why don't we just buy a bunch of stuff and package it with some overstock inventory as 2500 totally alike Bountiful Overflowing Cornucopia, at a loss, but not a big loss, just so the retail-value-to-eight dollar-price-ratio gives everyone the sense that they've won something... etc. etc." Sheez. Boooooring.
Oh, and I buy a lot of stuff from w00t, so don't try convince me that I shouldn't expect anything more than literal crap. The Bountiful Overflowing Cornucopia are basically an update of the old retail "loss leader" and serve the same function. They're actually an essential part of what makes the whole thing work, and my own guess is that w00t won't be around long if they fail to keep their eye on what makes them unique and what their customer community expects from them.
Whatever. I'll see you all the next time I try for another Bountiful Overflowing Cornucopia (oh yes, I'll try again, of course - I'm a fool like that.)
Oh, and I totally like my t-shirt, and the monkey is cool, even though the battery's dead.