This morning's PCM started like the normal BS we hear until we got some new news. If your pickup has an end of day, only sheet the end of day. If there is no end of day, you only type in how many you picked up and don't sheet a package. If you're picking up an on-call air, you don't sheet the package and just type how many you took. This doesn't make sense on any level !!!! For as long as we had diads, we sheeted packages to keep track of their progress. Apparently, the geeks in Atlanta feel that just dumping all the pieces off our trucks onto the belt is good enough. There is basically no proof that a package was picked up by us now, outside the end of day. Can anyone make sense of this stupidity in a technical way ? Every month, there's a new rule that comes out that makes every veteran driver just more confused !!!!!