The Kingston HyperX Genesis 10th Anniversary Special Edition 2400 MHz kit showed up in a nice plastic tray that also serves as a static guard. Big enough to fit more than the four sticks it came with and capable of holding both full-size DDR3 DIMMs or DDR3 SODIMMs, I rather like its simple but re-usable packaging. The label found on the front of the box has the part number, size, and other such details. There isn't much else unless you have a part-number decoder handy. What's more interesting to me is that it states the kit to have been assembled in China, but only because I know Kingston also has facilities in Korea.
Cutting the factory seal and flipping up the top, I found the sticks standing nice and tall in the tray, with a small, folded installation guide tucked into the front. Removing it revealed the specially designed heatspeader.
Other than the four sticks and that paper leaflet, there's nothing else to be found, but nothing else is needed!