So I'm rocking out with my barbarian Orc, romping around lopping off heads, having a generally good time of it, when I come upon Rahgot, the Dragon Priest mask. 'Awesome', says I, and not needing the 70 stam I go back to Jorvaskr, where I've been keeping my stuff since I became the Harbinger. I drop off my excess ore, ingots, and alchemy reagents in the separate containers I've been using for them, those containers being the dresser directly facing the door to the Jorvaskr living quarters and the little end-table under the plate with the Daedra heart on it. I then go into what I assume is the safest container in the place, the chest on top of the tall shelf in the Harbingers room, I.E -my- room, where I've been keeping my other Dragon Masks. I pop it open, and guess the f*@$K what... my -SIX- other Dragon priest masks are gone! Erased from the goddamn game so that chest could reset its 12 gold contents! I am now -incapable- of collecting all the dragon priest masks, which seems a pretty important aspect of the game, because someone decided it wouldn't be a good idea to set containers in the personal quarters of faction houses -NOT- to reset...! Honestly Bethesda, what the hell? I love you guys, I really, REALLY do, but never has a game made me want to rip my goddamn hair out as much Skyrim has. Couldn't vital items be immune to this 'reset' effect? Or how about you just remove it from containers in faction houses? How could your game testers not have come across something like this and pointed it out to you as something you should really, REALLY change? The bugs have been a bother, but I can tolerate them, because they're bugs. This wasn't a bug, but the game doing exactly what it was supposed to and programmed to do, cutting me off from one of the more rewarding aspects of play. Now that I've got that off my chest, and have probably given up on Skyrim for good (not before giving it 200 or so hours of my time, of course...) has anyone else come across an issue that drove you to the conclusion Skyrim sucks, even though you love it? To vincent: Not a random container, a container designated in the game as belonging to me, so far as could possibly be told without a console to access... and its more the last of a great many bugs/glitches/mistakes/dumb features that I've been calmly tolerating up until this point. A player without a house yet shouldn't have to look up on the net which specific containers in a faction-room that's supposed to be theirs won't delete their essential items.