I've had an inquiry into whether the thread title is something that Express is considering. I haven't heard a thing regarding this after almost 2 weeks of casual inquiries on my part. Supposedly, this service will be a substitute option offered to shippers located on the east and west coasts, to keep them in Express after the plug is pulled on Express Saver. UPS has an analogous service called "3 Day Select" which offers a delivery guarantee within 3 days. What I've picked up, is Express is going to either: 1) have shippers on the coasts use E2 service if they need timely delivery once Express Saver is dumped, 2) offer discounts to E2 service to the coastal shippers who are currently using Express Saver service - to get them to upgrade to 2 day service, and pay close to what they are currently paying for 3 days service, 3) do nothing, let the shippers decide whether to use Ground and have cross country shipments take 4 to 5 days to be delivered, or choose to use Express 2nd day service and pay standard rates for that. To be clear, I'm throwing this out to see if anyone has heard of anything regarding this. I HAVEN'T... I'm trying to clear up whether this was an informed question from someone, or merely a case of confusion between service offerings between UPS and Express. The question was put to me about 2 weeks ago, and from my casual inquires, it appears that the individual posing the question may have confused UPS 3 Day Select service, for something that Express may potentially offer once Express Saver is dumped. It was a good question, since it does address the issue of what will happen to the approximately 20% of current Express Saver volume which CANNOT be shifted to Ground and delivered within 3 days - namely the volume traveling between the coasts.