Hate to sound like I'm making mountains out of molehills, but this has been getting under my craw. My reloading cabinet is a finite space; i.e. - I can only fit so many powder containers in there. So why does one pound of powder come in a container that looks like it could easily hold 2 lbs? (I've got IMR, Hodgdon, Ramshot, Accuracte, Winchester, and Reloader/Alliant). All I can figure is it's some kind of safety thing. If the powder combusts they don't want it in a confined space where pressure could build up. But that's just a guess. While I'm on the subject, why are Federal primer boxes so big? CCI got that one right.