I just made 6 dozen cupcakes tonight, for an event tomorrow. I ordered liners on ebay and they didn't get to me on time, so I had to go out and buy some. I ended up buying those pretty Wilton ruffled liners, but they didn't fit into the standard cupcake box inserts without touching...for some reason the tops are wider than my regular cupcakes even though it's about the same amount of batter in each liner. Anyways, I figured I would try the foil method where you turn a cupcake pan upside down and form the foil over it. Well, they were touching that way too. So, I finally decided to try the toothpick method and it works great!! I went to the Dollar store and bought some foam core board. Cut that into cake boards to put in the bottom of each box. Then I poked a toothpick into the foam board where each cupcake will be, then placed the cupcake onto the toothpick and slid it down. They aren't going anywhere! I guess the car ride in the morning will be the ultimate test, but I can tell they will be perfectly fine! I think I will use this method from now on.