The packaging that SteelSeries have used for the Kinzu V2 is up to their usual high standard. The thick cardboard construction of the outer box should provide an good level of protection to the mouse within. The mouse is suspended within a cardboard tray using a small vacuum formed insert. This gives you a great idea of the size and shape of the mouse without having to open the box.
SteelSeries have used an adaptation of their usual black, white and orange livery which features an orange band around the mouse cutout. This is a subtle way of drawing attention to the mouse and is very effective. Turning the box over reveals a couple of diagrams of the mouse which illustrate various features. They also list mouse specifications and features here.
As usual, the included bundle is very limited indeed. In fact, the only item included in the box is a quick start guide. SteelSeries don't include a software CD with the mouse and direct us to their website to download the software instead. While this may be a little more time consuming than popping in a CD, it ensures that the software we're installing isn't outdated.