Nothing about moving is pleasant. Sure, if you've got bucks, you can hire packers to load your stuff, deliver and unload it, and haul away the empty boxes. If you're like most people, the process begins with that sad, humiliating hunt for cheap boxes — begging friends on Facebook, furtive dumpster diving for retail stores' discards. We're here to tell you there's a better way. It's called Bungobox. For less than the price of buying new cardboard boxes and without the hassle of wrestling with packing tape, it'll rent you a wide selection of sturdy, easy closing, plastic moving crates. And it'll deliver the boxes to your old home and pick them up at the new one. (Within a limited area, of course. We're talking local moves here, not Seattle.) Bungobox has various packages; prices vary depending on how much stuff you need to haul. The base rate for a one-bedroom apartment move is $56 for a week. That gets you 23 regular-size crates, two extra large, a wheeled cart to move them and 25 labels. Prices go up for larger packages, but discounts are available for multiweek rentals, and wardrobes and other packing supplies are available. It doesn't make moving a pleasure, but it certainly beats rummaging through the trash.