When flying, you’re asked if your checked bags have anything fragile. If you answer yes then they put a fragile sticker or tag on the bag, but they also make you sign a liability waiver.
It seems to me that the minimal benefit of the fragile tag (see What do "Fragile" stickers on checked baggage do?) does not outweigh the liability waiver if something gets broken.
Is there really a good reason to answer in the affirmative?