No. That would be even less fair to the organizer. Running a BIF is a lot of work, with zero additional benefit compared to just being in one. Except somebody needs to run it... It is the responsibility of the BIF master to collect info, do a bit of diligence (i.e. check against bad trader lists), and then hound users to get their boxes out. Ultimately, there's not much that can be done when somebody goes bad, just like in a trade. I will say this though - somebody always seems to step up to help cover an unsent box. I've done it a couple of times myself. It's good karma... The riskiest ones are the NOOB BIF's (surprise, surprise), which drove one of the site's biggest BIF organizers away from the game. I started them back up in a much smaller and controlled format. The first one went perfect, the second one is in progress, so we will see if they continue... IMO, BIF's are much more fun than trading. The completely unknown and random nature of the box is just awesome. Picture the excitement when you know a box is landing, and now triple that when you get home and see a giant box from some random state. It's like an entire box of extras, and I've gotten many of my rarest beers through BIFs.